Constant reminders

Enron has received court approval to emerge from one of the most expensive bankruptciesin history. But pending litigations and trials mean that the Enron spectre willstill loom large. By Paul Lyon

The University of Missouri-Columbia is waiting to see whether alumnus Ken Lay(pictured), one-time Enron chairman, is found guilty of defrauding investors.If he is, then the university is rumoured to be considering returning his $1.1million donation, which in 1999 established the Lay chair in economics – apost that has yet to be filled. “While University of Missouri-Columbiaofficials understand that Ken Lay has been indicted, they feel it is importantto let the judicial process run its course

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