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Enron: Are They They The Smartest Guys?

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Kenneth Lee “Ken” Lay was an American businessman, best known for his role in the widely reported corruption scandal that led to the downfall of Enron Corporation. Wikipedia

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Born: April 15, 1942, MissouriDied: July 5, 2006, SnowmassEducationUniversity of Missouri–ColumbiaUniversity of Houston,Hickman High SchoolMoviesEnron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
Jeffrey Keith “Jeff” Skilling is the former president of Enron Corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas. Wikipedia

Born: November 25, 1953 (age 59), PittsburghSpouseRebecca Carter (m. 2002), Susan Long (m. 1975–1997)SiblingsTom SkillingMoviesEnron: The Smartest Guys in the RoomEducationHarvard University (1979), Southern Methodist University(1975), More
Andrew Stuart Fastow is an American businessman who served as the chief financial officer of Enron Corporation, an energy trading company based in Houston, Texas, until the U.S. Securities and Exchange …Wikipedia

Born: December 22, 1961, Washington, D.C.SpouseLea FastowMoviesEnron: The Smartest Guys in the RoomEducationTufts UniversityKellogg School of ManagementNew Providence High School
  1. Enron Creditors Recovery Corp. – Home Creditors Recovery Corp.’s sole mission is to reorganize and liquidate the remaining operations and assets of Enron following one of the largest and most 

  2. Behind the Enron Scandal – TIME…/0,28757,2021097,00.htmlGuilty of obstruction, Arthur Andersen becomes the first courtroom casualty of theEnron collapse…

  3. Enron - Enron Creditors Recovery Corporation – The New York Times › Business › CompaniesNews about Enron Creditors Recovery Corporation (Formerly Enron Corporation). Commentary and archival information about Enron Corporation from The New 

    1. Behind the Enron Scandal - TIME…/0,28757,2021097,00.htmlGuilty of obstruction, Arthur Andersen becomes the first courtroom casualty of theEnron collapse…

    2. The Enron Scandal: the Crime, Scandal, Tragedy, and Controversy…Dec 15, 2006 – This paper discusses not only how the Enron Scandal turned out to be one of the biggest white collar crimes in American history, but also how 

    3. THE ENRON SCANDAL COLLAPSE. On November 29, 2001, the Wall Street Journal ran an article, “Running on Empty-Enron Faces Collapse as Credit, Stock Dive and 

    4. Lay, Skilling guilty in Enron scandal - Business – Corporate scandals…scandals/…/lay-skilling-guilty-nearly-…May 25, 2006 – The trial lasted nearly four months. The jury deliberated six days. And now former Enron executives Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling face the 

  4. Enron on Trial – coverage of one of the biggest business conspiracies ever - Enron on Trial. Skilling, Ken Lay, Enron verdict.

  5. Spotlight on: Enron links to SEC and court documents regarding the Enron case.

  6. BBC NEWS | Business | Enron scandal at-a-glance 22, 2002 – The things you need to know to make sense of the Enron scandal.

  7. Enron Definition | Investopedia U.S. energy-trading and utilities company that housed one of the biggest accounting frauds in history. Enron’s executives employed accounting practices that 

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  9. THE ENRON SCANDAL 29, 2001 – ”SAN FRANCISCO — In early 2000, Enron, the natural gas pipeline Many openly acknowledged their lack of understanding of Enron’s new 

    1. HowStuffWorks “Case Study: Enron the Fraud Happened. The Enron fraud case is extremely complex. Some sayEnron’s demise is rooted in the fact that in 1992, Jeff Skilling, then president of 

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