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  • Skilling on Sarbox: ''We Had It Before''

    Former Enron CEO maintains that when it came to accounting controls, the energy giant was ''significantly ahead'' of the pack. April 10, 2006

  • ''I Am Absolutely Innocent,'' Says Skilling

    Former Enron CEO testifies that he left the company in August 2001 ''because my head wasn't in it anymore,'' and that he offered to return two months later to ''send a strong signal to the marketplace that I didn't think there was anything wrong.'' April 10, 2006

  • Lay "Focused on Grand Policy"

    A former Enron counsel testifies that Jeffrey Skilling and Kenneth Lay focused on strategy, relying on the advice of others for financial reporting. April 6, 2006

  • Enron Defense Still Playing Small Ball

    One of the heavy hitters, Jeffrey Skilling, may testify as early as Wednesday. April 4, 2006

  • Enron Defense Steps Up to the Plate

    Onetime assistant to Mark Koenig maintains that the former investor-relations chief lied when he told the jury, ''I pled guilty because I am guilty.'' April 3, 2006

  • Enron Sets Portland General Free

    The latest Enron payout to creditors of $4.68 billion makes Portland General Electric a stand-alone, publicly traded company. April 3, 2006

  • Enron Prosecution Rests

    Judge also granted a government motion to dismiss three counts against Skilling and one count against Lay, all for securities fraud, but denies a similar request by the defense. March 28, 2006

  • Enron Sideshow: Two Settle Fraud Charges

    David Leboe and Dale Rasmussen improperly accelerated the recognition of revenue from a power-plant project known as Coyote Springs 2. March 28, 2006

  • Glisan: Enron Had Sufficient Cash

    Lay-Skilling defense continues to suggest that the company was doing fine until short-sellers moved into action and investors made a ''run on the bank.'' March 27, 2006

  • Glisan: No Notes from Skilling Meetings

    Ex-Enron treasurer Ben Glisan stood by testimony that Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling knew of the company's fraud, but admitted there was little paper evidence to back him up. March 23, 2006

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