A Classification of American Wealth
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  Enron : Climax of executive greed and deception 

Page entitled : Enron Chief Operating Officers Rich Kinder and Jeff Skilling

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How Rich Kinder left when Lay decided to stay on as CEO, leaving the way for Jeff Skilling and the traders to take the lead at Enron.

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With Rich Kinder gone, the time had come for the stars to run the show at Enron. Although “operating” was definitely not his vocation, Jeff Skilling was made president and COO, which was the only way for Ken Lay to promote him lest leaving him the top spot. Rebecca Mark, who was already Enron’s best paid executive thanks to the large bonuses she received every time she closed a deal, was made CEO of Azurix, ...


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