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2009-01-06 14:35:02

A federal court in New Orleans ordered a new sentencing trial for former Enron Chief Executive Officer Jeff Skilling, while upholding his 19 convictions. A three-judge panel at the U.S.

2006-10-24 06:00:14

By Greg Farrell HOUSTON -- A federal judge sentenced Jeffrey Skilling, the lead architect of the complex fraud that was Enron, to 24 years in prison Monday, bringing closure to a massive federal effort to identify and punish the perpetrators of the biggest accounting fraud in history.

2006-07-07 08:10:00

The body of Enron Corp. founder Ken Lay will be cremated and his ashes buried in Aspen, Colorado where he died this week of an apparent heart attack, a newspaper reported on Friday.

2006-07-05 16:03:57

By Matt Daily HOUSTON (Reuters) - Enron Corp. founder Ken Lay died of an apparent heart attack on Wednesday, six weeks after he was convicted of fraud in the financial scandal that brought down the once-mighty energy conglomerate.

2006-07-05 11:29:16

By Matt Daily HOUSTON (Reuters) - Enron Corp. founder Ken Lay died of a heart attack on Wednesday, six weeks after being found guilty of fraud in one of the biggest corporate scandals in U.S. history.

2006-06-30 18:21:41

By Matt Daily HOUSTON (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors asked a federal judge on Friday to force former Enron chief executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling to forfeit $183 million for their crimes at the collapsed energy company.

2006-06-26 12:12:20

By Matt Daily HOUSTON (Reuters) - A former Enron Corp. finance executive was sentenced on Monday to two years probation for filing false tax returns that hid cash payments he received while working under former Chief Financial Officer Andrew Fastow.

2006-06-18 13:47:28

HOUSTON (Reuters) - A federal judge has delayed sentencing for former Enron Corp. Chief Executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, who were convicted last month of fraud and conspiracy in the company's collapse. In court documents filed late Friday, U.S.

2006-06-18 11:25:46

HOUSTON (Reuters) - A federal judge has delayed sentencing for former Enron Corp. Chief Executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, who were convicted last month of fraud and conspiracy in the company's collapse. In court documents filed late Friday, U.S.


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