Jeff Skilling will appear in court today to ask for an early release. Learn more about Enron, the energy firm based in Houston that collapsed in a massive accounting scandal in 2001, resulting in convictions for chairman Kenneth Lay and president Jeff Skilling, among others. The crimes perpetrated by these greedy malefactors are now regarded as one of the most shocking examples of corporate fraud in U.S. history.
A year of avaricious Aggies, banned boogers, chagrined cheerleaders, dotty dwellings, expletive-deleted Enron, famous fugitives, Germanic goofs, horny highways, icky insects, judicial jests, kooky kidnappers, look-alike logos, misguided Mavericks, news-making nuts, ousted Osamas, problematic pachyderms, quirky quarterbacks, rampaging rats, scary skunks, tetrahydrocannibinol-filled tacos, unhealthy urbanites, volleyball vamps, wayward W's, x-rated x-hibitionists, young yahoos, and zany Zeta-Jones.
January 1, 2002 | Feature