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Enron's Ken Lay: RIP?

By July 5, 2006


How much does corporate fraud cost you?

Corporate fraud didn't start with Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom and it didn't end with them, either. Fraud is rampant in the technology industry. What most employees, investors, and consumers don't realize is how much it costs them.

By June 30, 2008


Former HP director warns of governance without expertise

Thomas Perkins, co-founder and director emeritus of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, speaks at the Venture One Outlook conference in San Francisco about why current corporate boards can easily fail. He discusses the meltdown at Enron and the fallacy of building what he calls compliance boards that don't know their corporation's specific industry.\r\n

November 1, 2007


Enron broadband exec changes plea

Defunct Enron Broadband Services' COO will change plea to guilty. Division had planned to create an on-demand video service.

By August 31, 2004


Enron Hubbard

By June 16, 2004


Google taps legal muscle for Microsoft case

The search giant adds lawyers from a firm that represented Grokster, banker Frank Quattrone and former Enron exec Andrew Fastow.

By August 24, 2005


Enron auction hampers DoveBid site

Auctioneer DoveBid strains under heavy Internet traffic, initially rendering its Web site inaccessible to some people as it begins to auction off the assets of Enron.

By September 25, 2002


Enron assets up for auction

As Enron souvenirs grab high prices at auction, the company that had a spectacular bankruptcy belly-flop plans to sell some assets at an official bankruptcy auction.

September 10, 2002


Enron's digital demise has ripple effect

The energy giant's fall will slow down growth of online trading in commodities such as energy and add another dose of bad news to an already troubled communications industry.

December 3, 2001