Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who was awaiting sentencing after being convicted in one of the most high profile business fraud trials in history, died Wednesday at the age of 64.
By PBS NewsHour
Former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay faced off his prosecutors and his own defense lawyers during his sixth, and last, day testifying in his fraud and conspiracy trial. A reporter covering the trial discusses the events of the day.
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