Enron, ten years after

Ten years ago today, on December 2, 2001, Enron officially collapsed. Apparently, you can buy some memorabilia cheap on eBay, which is fitting in a weird way. The Chron had a bunch of Enron look-back stories on Sunday to commemorate. Where are all of the defendants now? With the exception of Jeff Skilling, they’re all pretty much disentangled from the justice system. Even Andy Fastow‘s sentence is up this month. Employees who lost their retirement funds wish it were that neat for them. And of course, as a country we basically learned nothing from the Enron experience. Isn’t that usually how it goes?

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