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Gwen Ifill talks to Rob Frieden, professor of telecommunications at Penn State University, and Susan Kalla, senior telecommunications analyst at Friedman, Billings and Ramsey, about the similarities Global Crossing's bankruptcy bears to Enron's rise and fall.
Examining what may have motivated former Enron chairman and CEO Kenneth Lay in his decisions while at the company's helm.
Margaret Warner reports on former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay's congressional appearance.
The Labor Department announced it will replace Enron's pension administrative committee with independent trustees, saying it will take the bankrupt energy giant to court if necessary to make the change.
Ray Suarez talks with Deloitte and Touche CEO Jim Copeland about the impact the Enron debacle has had on the accounting industry.
Margaret Warner talks to Richard Breeden, former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman and accounting executive about the impact the Enron debacle has had on the accounting industry.
Kwame Holman reports on the day's developments in the Enron investigation.
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and other executives testified Thursday about their knowledge of and role in the collapse of the energy giant.
Enron executives testify before Congress for the first time since the energy giant's collapse.
Two key congressional committee leaders Tuesday announced they will subpoena former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay to discuss the company's collapse.
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