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Introduction

Enron

-Ken Lay
-Jeff Skilling
-Andrew Fastow
-Clifford Baxter
-Michael Kopper
-Stephen Cooper
-Sherron Watkins
-Employees and
 pension holders

Andersen

Bush administration

British connection

Investigators and regulators

Stephen Cooper
Stephen CooperCurrent job: Enron chief executive

In January 2002 Mr Cooper was appointed acting chief executive and restructuring officer for Enron.

He is an accountant and managing partner of New York-based specialist corporate restructuring firm Zolfo Cooper.

Mr Cooper has only limited experience in the energy sector.

I've seen companies in bankruptcy that don't have nearly as strong a position as this company. They were able to emerge successfully from bankruptcy, and I'm certain Enron will also, Mr Copper said of the challenge facing him.


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