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  • Ex-Enron Division Chief Pleads Guilty

    Admits to false and misleading statements intended to convince the public that Enron Broadband Services was a ''thriving telecommunications business.'' August 3, 2004

  • Enron Reorganization Plan Approved

    Company expects to pay about 19 cents on the dollar beginning in 2005. July 16, 2004

  • Lea Fastow Begins Prison Term

    ''She's coming in as nobody, and she's not accustomed to that.'' July 13, 2004

  • Kenneth Lay Indicted on 11 Counts

    Indictment suggests that Enron's former chairman will be tried together with former chief executive officer Jeffrey Skilling and former chief accounting officer Rick Causey. July 9, 2004

  • Name Game

    Jurors' names may pop up during the first Enron criminal trial, but they could still be kept secret during the trial of former CEO Jeffrey Skilling. July 9, 2004

  • Bank of America Settles Enron Suit

    BofA was sued solely for its role as an underwriter for certain Enron-related debt offerings. July 7, 2004

  • Lay's Attorney on the Offensive

    The lawyer for the former Enron chairman isn't sitting back amid reports that his client may soon be indicted. June 23, 2004

  • Andersen Conviction Upheld on Appeal

    Big Four to remain a foursome, further appeals doubtful, say legal experts. June 18, 2004

  • Lea Fastow Headed to Detention

    The wife of the former Enron CFO will report to a more restrictive site than the minimum-security prison her lawyers had been seeking. June 10, 2004

  • Fastow Won't Testify at First Enron Trial

    Speculation has it that if the former CFO didn't do well during cross-examination, he wouldn't be as effective a witness against former CEO Jeffrey Skilling. June 3, 2004

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