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Enron Monday, 17 February, 2003, 16:23 GMT
Enron 'bribed tax officials'
Enron executives bribed tax officials in order to fabricate accounts, a Senate inquiry finds, describing the deception as "eye-popping".
White House reveals Enron documents
Thousands of pages of secret documents detailing links between the Bush administration and Enron are made available for scrutiny.
Enron director, Robert Jaedicke Enron directors plead innocence
Four Enron directors claim they are not to blame for the firm's collapse because they say key information was hidden from them.
An amended class-action lawsuit filed by the regents of the University of California targets Wall Street firms. Enron suit implicates nine US banks
Angered Enron shareholders amend their suit to include some of Wall Street's best-known investment bankers, accusing them of fraud.
Enron's trail of deception
After a year of deliberations, a government report details Enron's complex manoeuvres to save tax, but says it will be hard to stop.
Andersen logo Andersen guilty in Enron case
US accountancy firm Arthur Andersen is convicted of obstructing justice, and now pledges to stop auditing publicly traded firms.
Enron fraud charge for British bankers
The US Department of Justice charges three former National Westminster bankers with a $7.3m fraud linked to failed energy giant Enron.

The dramatic rise and fall of one of America's corporate giants
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Who's who guide to the Enron scandal
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All you need to know about Enron in one story
At a glance


The story of the Enron worker who took his lifeShock suicide
Ex-Enron director takes his life

Baseball staudium ditches the Enron name in favour of orange juiceReplaced
Baseball stadium ditches Enron for orange juice

The wife of former Enron chairman Ken Lay takes another bad turn in public relations, this time hoping to hawk her tony furnishings, writes the BBC's David Schepp.Enron bargains
Wife of former Enron boss sells 'stuff'

Former Enron workers bare their all for PlaygirlAsset stripping
Men of Enron bare their all for Playgirl

Pylon near Palm Springs, California Back to basics
Can Enron reinvent itself?

Enron's famous big E logo is the star attraction as bidding starts in Houston for the energy traders property but bargains are fewE-xpensive
Enron's famous logo sells for $44,000

The  man who built EnronEnron founder
Kenneth Lay surveys a career in tatters
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