On Stand, Skilling Accused of Hiding Millions in Losses Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling disputes allegations that he approved moving part of an Enron division into a more profitable one to hide $200 million in losses. Wednesday marked Skilling's seventh day of testimony in his fraud and conspiracy trial, and his third day of cross-examination.
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On Stand, Skilling Accused of Hiding Millions in Losses

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On Stand, Skilling Accused of Hiding Millions in Losses

On Stand, Skilling Accused of Hiding Millions in Losses

On Stand, Skilling Accused of Hiding Millions in Losses

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Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling disputes allegations that he approved moving part of an Enron division into a more profitable one to hide $200 million in losses. Wednesday marked Skilling's seventh day of testimony in his fraud and conspiracy trial, and his third day of cross-examination.