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  • Fastow Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

    The substantial reduction from Andrew Fastow's original plea agreement of 10 years reflects the value of the former Enron CFO's testimony against Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling. September 26, 2006

  • Fastow Sentencing Set for Tuesday

    But long line of victims seeking to testify about the damage caused by his crimes could cause a delay in his sentencing. September 25, 2006

  • Skilling Arrested for Intoxication

    The incident-which did not involve drinking and driving-could have violated Skilling's bail agreement. September 21, 2006

  • Going Once . . . Going Twice

    Auctions designed to recoup the ill-gotten gains of executives-gone-bad offer souvenirs from low points in the history of American finance. August 15, 2006

  • "NatWest Three" Head to US for Trial

    After futile efforts to fight extradition, three British bankers will fly to Houston this week to face fraud charges related to Enron. Their cause is creating a stir in British business and political circles. July 10, 2006

  • Lay's Death Clears His Record

    Under the "abatement doctrine," the death of former Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay wipes both his conviction and indictment from the criminal record, complicating civil suits against his estate. July 5, 2006

  • Enron's Lay Dies of Heart Attack

    Kenneth Lay, facing up to 30 years after his conviction for fraud at Enron, has died of an apparent heart attack. July 5, 2006

  • Enron's UK Bankers Closer to US Trial

    Three British bankers lose their last ditch effort to avoid a Houston trial on Enron-related charges. June 27, 2006

  • Probation for Former Enron Finance Exec

    Larry Lawyer, who helped transfer wind farms owned by Enron to a partnership used to hide debt, failed to report about $79,000 in income. June 26, 2006

  • Brits May Face Enron Charges in U.S.

    Three former NatWest bankers have argued that standing trial in Houston, where Enron is based, would be unjust and incompatible with European human rights law. June 22, 2006

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