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  • Judge OKs Guilty Plea by Lea Fastow

    And a former Enron whistle-blower sings one more time. Plus: employer-employee credibility gap; Safeway to consider shorter stints for directors; US Bancorp to expense options; and CFOs on the move. January 9, 2004

  • Andrew and Lea Fastow Seeking Plea Deals

    Also: Ogilvy CFO resigns in wake of fraud charges; Acting Boeing CFO made permanent; Qwest for indictments; Walt Disney Co. approves governance measures; Glaxo faces $5.2 billion tax bill; and SEC adds Gemstar fraud charges. January 8, 2004

  • Enron Examiner Cites Auditors, Banks

    Three of the firms, he adds, should have their Enron claims subordinated to those of other creditors. Also: twenty months, four auditors, one company; many investors insist on dividends; and more. December 8, 2003

  • Enron Could Force Kenneth Lay to Repay $94 Million Loan

    Report blames Lay, Skilling, many others for company's demise. Also: another HealthSouth finance executive pleads guilty; a soaring GDP bodes well. November 26, 2003

  • Former Enron Executive Pleads Guilty

    Biggest fish so far. Also: another rap on Enron; open the proxy process even further, say pension funds; recognizing the value of a good reputation; Freddie Mac creates compliance position, names finance execs; and more. October 31, 2003

  • Finance Execs Resign from Computer Associates

    Revenue recognition is at the heart of the issue. Also: SEC settles charges with Enron's former chief accounting officer; FASB delays rule on off-balance-sheet consolidation; and more. October 10, 2003

  • Enron Doesn't Deliver, but in Bankruptcy It May Still Collect

    Also: Motorola to spin off sagging semiconductor unit; FASB weakens proposed changes in M-and-A accounting; should consultants be held legally responsible?; Oracle-PeopleSoft ruling still months away; NYSE investigating AIG specialists; and more. October 7, 2003

  • Shareholder Reforms Fall Short, Say Treasurers

    ''Inimical to good governance,'' says one. Also: Green light for lawsuit on Enron 401(k)s; payrolls expand -- and benefits don't look too bad, either; SEC investigating Hawaiian Holdings tender offer; and more. October 6, 2003

  • SEC Targets Enron's Lay as Trials Begin

    Kozlowski and Quattrone are in the courtroom, but Kenneth Lay is on the agenda. Also: Time to ''listen'' or leave at the NYSE?; 'Tis the season to improve working capital?; and more. September 30, 2003

  • Former Merrill Executives Charged in Enron Case

    Should ''barges off the coast of Nigeria'' have raised red flags? Also: Richard Grasso resigns as NYSE chairman; GE ties Immelt's compensation more closely to performance; SEC seeks $23 million Sarbanes-Oxley escrow; and more. September 18, 2003

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