Jeffrey Skilling News
May 25, 2006: Enron Fraud
Enron executives cost shareholders billions of dollars in the largest corporate fraud case in history.
Dennis Kozlowski's Life After Prison
How closely will the after-prison life of Dennis Kozlowski , former CEO of Tyco International, follow that of other famous white-collar criminals, including Michael Milken, Conrad Black, Joseph Nacchio and Martha Stewart? Kozlowski, now on parole, will officially be released from prison January 17,
Microsoft Bidding for Barnes and Noble's Nook?
Morning Business Memo… Shares of Barnes & Noble (BKS) soared 24 percent after a report from TechCrunch that Microsoft (MSFT) is considering a bid for the retailer’s Nook e-book business. According to internal documents cited by the website, Microsoft has offered $1 billion for the...
Obamacare Reforms Spark Widespread Confusion
Morning Business Memo… How much do you know about Obamacare? Two surveys find widespread public confusion about some of the most basic changes to insurance coverage that could have a major impact on family finances. Health exchanges are a key part of the law. “That’s...
Jailed Enron Ex-CEO Seeks Early Release
Former Enron Corp. CEO Jeffrey Skilling and his attorney are in talks with prosecutors to shorten his 24-year jail sentence for his role in the massive fraud that led to the company’s collapse. Skilling, 59, oversaw the energy and commodities trading firm before it declared bankruptcy...
Former Enron CEO Seeks Shorter Prison Term
Jeffrey Skilling, who has served over 6 years for fraud, in talks to get 24-year sentence reduced.
Unabomber Updates Status in Harvard Alum Magazine
Theodore Kaczynski Lists 'Prisoner' as Occupation, Life Sentences as 'Awards'
Blago Prison Strategy? Bottoms Up!
Soon after ex-Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was handed a stiff prison sentence — 14 years in a federal pen — another Illinois political figure who had done time offered some sage advice: tell the feds you just can’t stop drinking. Scott Fawell, a former top...
10 Things We Didn't Learn From Enron Scandal
10 Years After the Enron Scandal, Experts Share 10 Lessons We Haven't Learned
Beyond Galleon: Seven Notorious Insider Trading Scandals
The mammoth Galleon insider trading scandal has grown even bigger with the news that a prominent U.S. executive surrendered to the FBI this week to face criminal charges. Rajat Gupta , formerly a board member at Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble, is accused of disclosing to Raj Rajaratam nonpublic