Enron CEOs guilty: jury
HOUSTON (Reuters) – Former Enron chief executives Ken Lay
and Jeffrey Skilling were found guilty on Thursday for their
part in the financial scandal that drove the power trading
giant into bankruptcy.
Skilling was found guilty of 19 criminal counts. Skilling,
52, was convicted of one count of conspiracy, 17 counts of
fraud and making false statements and one count of insider
trading. He faces up to 185 years in prison.