- BGR News via Yahoo! NewsApr 12 03:00 PM
Andy Fastow may not be a household name, but as the former CFO of Enron, he was an integral part of the company's vast illegal activities and a key figure behind the company's deceptive and overtly fraudulent accounting practices. As a result of his deep involvement in the Enron scandal, Fastow would serve six years in prison. These days, Fastow is a free man who, believe it or not, actually ...
- ABC 7 Gulfshore NewsApr 17 02:48 PM
(CNN) -- Here's a look at what you need to know about Enron. Before its collapse, Enron marketed electricity and natural gas, delivered energy and other physical commodities, and provided financial and risk management services to customers around the world.
The former CFO of Enron warned a group of execs that large US companies are doing the same things he didBusiness Insider via Yahoo! FinanceApr 06 11:28 AM
Andrew Fastow, the former Enron CFO, warned a group of business execs that many companies are...
- Benzinga via Yahoo! FinanceApr 08 08:24 AM
Earlier this week, hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson attended an event, during which Andrew Fastow spoke. Fastow was the CFO of Enron Corporation until right before the company filed bankruptcy. Fastow ...
- MacDailyNewsApr 09 09:22 AM
Enron has been pretty much synonymous with fraudulent accounting, scandal, and plain bad business...
- New York TimesApr 25 09:50 PM
A proposed revision to financial disclosure rules will actually make things worse.
The former CFO of Enron warned a group of execs that large US companies are doing the same things he didBusiness InsiderApr 06 12:18 PM
Reuters/ Larry Downing Andrew Fastow, the former Enron CFO, warned a group of business execs that many companies are doing the exact same things he did at the now defunct energy giant. Fastow, who spent six years in prison, spoke on Tuesday afternoon to a group of 200 people in a private room upstairs at STK in New York's Meatpacking District. The event was organized by a number of local ...
- ETFguide via Yahoo! FinanceApr 22 11:56 AM
SunEdison now joins the endless parade of defunct stock market ex-darlings like Enron, eToys, IndyMac, and Washington Mutual. Yes, the circumstances are different, but the results are the same: bankruptcy. ...
- FOX BusinessApr 22 01:15 PM
SunEdison now joins the endless parade of defunct stock market ex-darlings like Enron, eToys, IndyMac, and Washington Mutual.
- The Fiscal Times via Yahoo! NewsApr 07 04:15 AM
It probably started just after the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, when Enron, a company that employed 20,000 people, declared bankruptcy and its executives were ultimately accused of fraud.
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