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 the unaswered questions of Lay's life and the…
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.
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.
Lawyers in the trial of former Enron executives Jeffrey Skilling and Kenneth Lay finished their closing arguments Wednesday and the jury began deliberations.
Former Enron Chairman and Chief Executive Kenneth Lay surrendered to the FBI in Houston Thursday morning and pleaded not guilty to 11 federal criminal counts stemming from the 2001 collapse of the once formidable energy trading company.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee heard testimony from former employees of Arthur Andersen, Enron's former auditors, one day after Enron's Chairman and CEO quit under pressure.
Enron Chair and CEO Kenneth Lay announced he would resign, saying it was in the best interests of the company and its shareholders.
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