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Alleged Skilling Quote Shocks Courtroom
"It seemed to indicate the investment community was beginning to understand how Enron made money," an ex-broadband executive charges. March 3, 2006
At Enron, a Lie Is a Lie Is a Lie
Defense attorney Daniel Petrocelli hammers on David Delainey's repeated lies to co-workers, investors, and the FBI. March 1, 2006
SOP at Enron: ''Fast and Loose''
David Delainey, former CEO of Enron North America, says Skilling misrepresented his trading division because ''the investment community does not pay significant multiples for significant trading revenues, especially speculative trading revenues.'' February 28, 2006
Enron Reserves Not ''Independent''
A former chief accountant for the company's trading unit testifies that he dipped into the reserve twice, for a total of $14 million, and added the funds to Enron's earnings. February 27, 2006
Rieker Cross Takes a Nastier Turn
During vigorous questioning, Enron's former corporate secretary literally asks a defense attorney to step back. February 23, 2006
Enron's Rieker Calm During Cross-exam
''I wish a lot of people had spoken up,'' testifies the former corporate secretary and investor relations executive, but ''I fell into the role of being a good corporate citizen.'' February 22, 2006
Board Was Misled, Too: Enron Exec
Misdirection by Lay and Skilling extended in many directions, according to investor relations executive Paula Rieker. February 21, 2006
British Trio Face Enron Charges in U.S.
The bankers had argued that since they are British citizens accused of crimes against a British bank, they should be tried in the U.K. February 21, 2006
Ex Broadband Exec Boosts Defense's Case
Kenneth Rice testifies that legal and accounting experts okayed Enron's off-balance-sheet partnerships in 1999. February 16, 2006
Enron Witness: Partnerships Were Proper
But conflicts of interest between officials at LJM and the broadband unit were apparent. February 16, 2006