Margaret Warner talks to Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal about former Enron executive Jeffrey Skilling’s appeal to the Supreme Court and the dismissal of a challenge brought by Chinese detainees at Guantanamo. Continue reading
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling was sentenced Monday to more than 24 years in prison for his part in accounting practices that led to the company’s collapse. His is the latest in a series of cases of corporate corruption that have rocked the business world.
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. Continue reading
The former top two officials at the failed energy giant Enron were convicted of fraud and conspiracy Thursday for their role in the company’s 2001 financial collapse. Guests analyze the verdict and possible implications for the business world. Continue reading
Bethany Mclean of Fortune Magazine reports on the guilty verdict former top officials, Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, former top officials. They were convicted of fraud and conspiracy Thursday for their role in the company’s 2001 financial collapse. Continue reading
Former Enron Corp. Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling took the witness stand for the first time Monday in the Enron criminal trial, saying he is innocent of more than two dozen conspiracy, fraud and insider trading charges. Continue reading
Jeffrey Skilling, the former Enron Corp. chief executive who led the company as it veered toward collapse in a massive corporate scandal, was charged Thursday with fraud, insider trading and lying about the corporation’s finances. Continue reading