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Former Employees Live Life After Enron

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Former Employees Live Life After Enron

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Former Employees Live Life After Enron

Former Employees Live Life After Enron

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The fraud trial of Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former CEO Jeff Skilling begins in Houston. Michele Norris talks with Evan Betzer and Lois Black, two former Enron employees, about their experiences since the company folded in 2001.

Betzer and a colleague went on to found Stoneworth Financial, an asset management company specializing in mergers and acquisitions. Black is a former secretary who opened a business, Tea Parties To-Go, throwing fantasy tea parties for young girls.

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