Enron: Picking Over the Carcass

PROGRESS REPORT

Take in a ball game at the stadium that bore Enron's name, and you'll be sitting in a place now called Minute Maid Park. The tilted E that blazed in front of Enron's Houston headquarters is gone, sold at auction. At its offices, a pared-down staff administers old contracts and remaining assets like gas pipelines and power plants. It's nothing like the days when secretaries received gifts of Waterford crystal and executives jetted to luxury resorts to party. Enron's Christmas bash this year: an afternoon gathering in the lobby with coffee, cookies and music by an employee choir.

Although Enron may...

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