Enron CEO Sentenced to 24 Years
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling was sentenced Monday to 24 years and
three months in prison for his part in crimes that led to the one-time
energy giant's collapse.
Enron CFO Fastow Sentenced to Six Years in Prison
Former Enron chief financial officer Andrew Fastow, 44, was sentenced
to six years in prison Tuesday, more than two years after he pleaded
guilty to two counts of conspiracy for his involvement in the
energy company's 2001 collapse.
of Kenneth Lay Leaves Questions Unanswered
Widely condemned for his role in the largest corporate bankruptcy
in history, Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who died Wednesday at the
age of 64, leaves behind many unanswered questions. Two experts
discuss what may never be known now that Lay is gone.
Convicted Enron Founder Kenneth Lay Dies at 64
and Skilling Found Guilty of Fraud
and Conspiracy Jurors
in the Houston trial of Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former CEO
Jeffrey Skilling reached a verdict Thursday, the sixth day of
deliberations, finding both defendants guilty of most conspiracy
and fraud charges. (5/25/06)