Enron’s emperors hit by final dramatic judgment

Enron’s emperors hit by final dramatic judgment

Remember Dallas, the hit television series? The collapse of Enron, and the trial and conviction of two of America’s most prominent captains of industry, was a larger-than-life, Texan-style drama with enough treachery and intrigue, tragedy and farce t

Remember Dallas, the hit television series?

The collapse of Enron, and the trial and conviction of two of America’s most prominent captains of industry, was a larger-than-life, Texan-style drama with enough treachery and intrigue, tragedy and farce to fuel another decade of the series.

In December 2000, Enron was the largest energy corporation in the world and the seventh-largest company in the United States. It had a market capitalisation of $80 billion (€90.5 billion)....

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