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Enron

Lay, Skilling Found Guilty In Enron Case

Ex-Enron CEO Skilling Resentenced To 14 Years

Former Enron Corp. CEO Jeffrey Skilling has been resentenced to 14 years as part of a court-ordered reduction that closes one of the country’s most notorious financial scandals.

06/21/2013

Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling leaves the Bob Casey U.S. Courthouse with his attorney Daniel Petrocelli after the end of his fraud and conspiracy trial May 25, 2006 in Houston. (credit: Dave Einsel/Getty Images)

Former Enron CEO Awaits Sentence Reduction

Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling, already in prison for his role in the once mighty energy giant’s collapse, is set to learn if his prison sentence could be reduced by as many as 10 years.

06/21/2013

Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling leaves the Bob Casey U.S. Courthouse with his attorney Daniel Petrocelli after the end of his fraud and conspiracy trial May 25, 2006 in Houston. (credit: Dave Einsel/Getty Images)

Convicted Enron CEO Still Appealing

Convicted former Enron chief Jeffrey Skilling is contending that newly discovered evidence should entitle him to a new trial. The nature of the evidence has not been disclosed.

05/22/2012

A logo glows in front of the headquarters of the Houston-based energy trading firm Enron. (credit: Getty Images/James Nielsen)

Ex-Enron Finance Chief Out Of Prison & In Texas

Federal prison officials have moved the former finance chief of failed energy giant Enron Corp. from a prison in Louisiana to a halfway house in Houston.

05/18/2011

A logo glows in front of the headquarters of the Houston-based energy trading firm Enron. (credit: Getty Images/James Nielsen)

Accountants, Texas Board Still At Odds Over Enron

To many in the accounting world, Carl Bass is a hero. Long before Enron became a worldwide symbol of scandal, Bass told his supervisors at Arthur Andersen LLP that something was amiss with the Houston energy giant.

CBSDFW.COM–12/24/2010