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Financial Collapse of Enron--Part 1: Hearing Before the Committee on Energy & Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives
James C. Greenwood (ed.). The first part of a multi-day hearing into the financial collapse of the Enron Corp. The principal focus of this stage of investigation is a series of transactions between Enron & several partnerships created & controlled by senior Enron officers & employees. In Oct. 2001, Enron, which had been one of America’s largest & most profitable corp., announced an unexpected after-tax charge against earnings of more than $500 million & a reduction in shareholder equity of more than $1 billion. The losses stemmed from Enron’s transactions with an entity called: LJM2, created by Andy Fastow, Enron’s CFO. Witness: William Powers, Jr., Chmn., Special Investigative Committee, Board of Directors, Enron Corp.
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