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    1. First, he holds up the trophy he received when he was named “CFO of the Year” in 2000 for his work at Enron Corp. Then he holds up the federal prison ID card he was issued when he served ...

    2. A large part of the blame—or credit, depending on your politics—can be traced to the Enron Corporation, the scandal-torn company that collapsed into bankruptcy in 2001. Enron produced ...

    3. His isn’t some great, tragic downfall, the sort Lucy Prebble found in Jeffrey Skilling in “Enron,” nor, despite markers of American history, does he seem indicative of wider social structures ...

    4. Investors who put money into U.S. index funds usually aren’t looking for surprises.

    5. At least he knows the difference between real math and Enron accounting. The remark came up last week as Legislature engaged in a familiar debate over whether to tap into the state's ...

    6. She also challenged a statement by House Speaker Joe Straus last week that the Senate budget involved "cooking the books," something akin to the infamous Enron financial scandal in 2001 ...

    7. CD: The first line of defense shareholders have, and particularly with the legislation of Sarbanes-Oxley in the post-Enron crisis, the Audit Committee has a lot more power, but if the ...

    8. Speaker Joe Straus has caustically criticized the Senate's accounting maneuver as "cooking the books" and an "Enron-esque" double count.

    9. Senate approves $106.3 billion budget

      Houston Chronicle2 days ago

      House Speaker Joe Straus has harshly criticized that move, announced last week, as akin to the Enron scandal, referring to the Houston-based energy giant that collapsed in 2001 in a scandal ...

    10. The idea of recouping executive pay took hold in the early 2000s after the Enron and WorldCom accounting fiascos. The Sarbanes-Oxley law of 2002 gave the S.E.C. the ability to go after ...

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