30 April, 2003

Enron

Enron execs want to go after bankers.

There's something about glass houses and stones, but I just can't think of it off-hand.

Lawyers for Enron in recent months have filed more than five dozen suits against people and companies that may have harmed Enron and contributed to its 2001 collapse, formerly the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history. It left thousands jobless and millions of investors holding worthless stock.

I wonder how many of those suits were filed against Kenneth Lay?

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