Enron Employees NPR's Wade Goodwyn went to Houston to talk with some of Enron's employees. While Enron has declared bankruptcy, the company has retained more than 14,000 of its 20,000 workers. Employees talk about how they're supporting each other, and some say they feel betrayed by the company's CEO Kenneth Lay.
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NPR's Wade Goodwyn went to Houston to talk with some of Enron's employees. While Enron has declared bankruptcy, the company has retained more than 14,000 of its 20,000 workers. Employees talk about how they're supporting each other, and some say they feel betrayed by the company's CEO Kenneth Lay.