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Enron Trial in Jury's Hands
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Enron Trial in Jury's Hands

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Enron Trial in Jury's Hands

Enron Trial in Jury's Hands
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The collapse of Enron scarred a generation of investors, managers and accountants. Four years later, the trial of former top executives comes to a close.

Guests:

Mary Flood, reporter covering Enron for The Houston Chronicle

Malcolm Salter, professor at Harvard Business school, writing a book on Enron

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