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Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson announced Wednesday that multiple fraud charges have been filed against former Enron chief financial officer Andrew Fastow in connection with last year's billion dollar collapse of the energy giant.
Former Enron Corp. executive Michael J. Kopper pleaded guilty Wednesday to financial misconduct and agreed to turn over $12 million of illegally obtained assets in the first federal criminal charges brought against a former Enron official.
The White House officials Thursday handed over summaries of contacts between the Bush administration and Enron executives after a Senate committee voted to subpoena relevant documents in the case.
Enron electricity traders manipulated prices during last year's Californian power crisis, according to documents released Monday by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Three key witnesses in the Enron collapse testified before a Senate panel Tuesday, facing pointed questions about their apparently conflicting stories.
Enron employee Sherron Watkins testified in front of a House subcommittee Thursday, saying she warned Enron's chairman last summer about inflated and misleading financial statements.
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.
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and other executives testified Thursday about their knowledge of and role in the collapse of the energy giant.
Two key congressional committee leaders Tuesday announced they will subpoena former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay to discuss the company's collapse.
Bankrupt energy giant Enron today selected Stephen Cooper, a business restructuring expert, to lead the company out of the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history.
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