The Daily Enron

One Angry Man: Inside the Andersen Jury
FERC: Closing the Barn Door


Life imitated art in Houston as the jury deciding Arthur Andersen's fate struggled to convince a single juror to vote with the majority. It was a painful personal journey for the life-long Republican jury foreman. And, while the Bush administration pushes preventative action against foreign threats, it continues to be reactive when it comes to policing US energy firms. » Read more at the DailyEnron.com

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