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I happen to represent Enron here in Houston. We have many good corporate citizens here in Houston. Enron happened to have been one.
The collapse of Enron was devastating to tens of thousands of people and shook the public's confidence in corporate America.
But indeed a market like California is not good for Enron.
Bush began helping Enron in the eighties.
In the case of Enron, we balance our positions all the time.
But the most important thing is, Enron did not cause the California crisis.
You know Texas is - even more now that Enron has bit the dust - it's held up on the back of small businesses.
The collapse of Enron and the subsequent collapse of Arthur Andersen were tremendous tragedies. But as I stated at the time of my indictment on July 8, 2004, failure does not equate to a crime.
Ken Lay has, does and will continue to accept responsibility for the fall of Enron. He was the man at the controls. But failure is not a crime.
I take responsibility for what happened at Enron, both good and bad. But I cannot take responsibility for criminal conduct that I was unaware of.
You don't want another Enron? Here's your law: If a company, can't explain, in one sentence, what it does... it's illegal.
A corporation like Enron is a person with a legal identity and no ethical accountability.
The Enron scandal calls into question the integrity of the entire capitalist system, which previously we assumed was based on honest, straightforward greed.
If you look at the great frauds of all time, Enron had that phantom trading floor. What Herbalife has is it has phantom or fictitious customers.
Well, the manhunt continues for that elusive evil mastermind, but I'm telling you Enron CEO Kenneth Lay remains at large.
Currently, we're finding that about 75 percent of potential jurors have anger or deep-seated hatred toward anyone associated with Enron.
Enron and 9/11 marked the end of an era of individual freedom and the beginning of personal responsibility.
Some members of Congress now are complaining they are underpaid. They want to propose a pay raise. You can't blame them. A lot of them took a big income hit when Enron folded.
Many Enron employees lost 70 percent to 90 percent of their retirement assets after the company indicated that it would re-state profit reports.
Are you familiar with 9/11? Building 7? You know what was in there? All the Enron stuff. I guess that building went down on its own.
I predict that in the years ahead Enron, not Sept. 11, will come to be seen as the greater turning point in U.S. society.
The environment changed with Martha Stewart and Enron.
Enron is now officially out of the energy business. They are now in a new business: confetti.
The big rumor going around is, we may begin bombing Iraq. Or, as the White House calls it, Operation Keep Enron Off The Front Page.
The Houston Astros want to change the name of Enron Field where they play. I guess the Enron name could cause problems for them. Like players could steal a base and then deny it.
Last week convicted Enron crook Ken Lay died of a heart attack. They announced they were going to cremate him. Where he's going, why bother?.
Playboy magazine is now doing a 'Women of Enron' pictorial spread. ... Apparently the only thing these women have left to shred is their dignity.
Wouldn't it be great if all of Osama bin Laden's money was tied up in Enron stock?
Enron CEO Kenneth Lay has apparently just slipped across the border into Pakistan.
These guys [the Catholic church] make Enron look like altar boys.