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  • Fastow: The Heat is On

    Do government lawyers want to prosecute Andrew Fastow -- or get him to roll over on his former bosses? August 26, 2002

  • House Warming, Texas Style

    Reports out of Houston say the Justice Department is about to seize some of Andrew Fastow's assets -- including his new house. August 23, 2002

  • For Kopper, a Different Kind of Roll-Over

    Former Enron executive pleads guilty to two charges; could be key witness in government's case against other ex-Enron execs. Plus: CFOs say they need help, and Gates says no to expensing options. August 22, 2002

  • Plea Kopper?

    Onetime senior aide to Andrew Fastow would be first Enron official to admit to wrongdoing; could testify against former boss. Elsewhere: Pitt pleased with sworn statements--European directors not so pleased. August 21, 2002

  • The Fear of All Sums

    To restore investor trust, many companies are disclosing more information, according to a CFO survey. But it may not be enough. August 1, 2002

  • Fastow May be Indicted Soon, Says Story

    Report: Former Enron CFO may be charged within weeks; WorldCom execs could be next. Also: optical illusion at Qwest. Plus: Senate approves Bush SEC nominees, and will accounting contagion spread to Europe? July 29, 2002

  • Enron's SPEs: Can Banks Have It Both Ways?

    According to court records, JP MorganChase was apparently skilled at having its cake and eating it, too -- that is, keeping special purpose entities independent, yet exercising control. July 25, 2002

  • The Surety Thing

    Bankers, insurers square off over Enron's pre-paid transactions. At stake: who's on the hook for $1 billion? July 25, 2002

  • Enron Investigation Continuing

    Ex-Enron CFO reportedly seeking protection against civil suits. Meanwhile, new survey of executives reveals most important trait in a leader. June 25, 2002

  • Jury Verdict Could Close Andersen by Aug. 31

    AA looking to find other accounting firms for existing clients; will appeal Houston decision. Plus: Who's right about the economy, and is anybody voting at the SEC? June 17, 2002

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