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What $6 Million Can Buy

For argument's sake, let's concede the point that everyone in the White House has been at such pains to make: No one in the Bush Administration lifted a finger...

Enron: Who's Accountable?

Just four days before Enron disclosed a stunning $618 million loss for the third quarter—its first public disclosure of its financial woes—workers who audited...

The Enron Players

KENNETH LAY Former Enron chairman Had he resigned only a few months earlier, Lay might have received a "golden parachute" in excess of $25 million. Instead, he...

Houston: The Enron Tour

These are painful times for Houston. Not only must it watch as former executives of Enron, the once celebrated hometown company, turn on one another, take the...

Who's Accountable?

Just four days before Enron disclosed a stunning $618 million loss for the third quarter--its first public disclosure of its financial woes--workers who audited...

Show Enron Some Love

The name Enron may now be synonymous with lost jobs, ruined retirements and galling corporate fraud. But the company--whose former CEOs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey...

Enron's Democrat Pals

Before its messy decline and fall, Enron had plenty of clout in George W. Bush's Washington, from the personal ties between chairman Ken Lay and the President...

Hill Monitor: Democrats: Don't Gloat About Enron

As Congress gears up for hearings on Enron's $60 billion collapse, some Democrats are savoring a chance to investigate links between the company and its many...

By the Sign of the Crooked E

You can smell the fish sticks from lunch in Sherron Watkins' 60-year-old house near downtown Houston, see the framed pictures of the family vacation and the...

What Did They Know And...When Did They Know It?

You can smell the fish sticks from lunch in Sherron Watkins' 60-year-old house near downtown Houston, see the framed pictures of the family vacation and the baby...

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