Here's Why Enron's Skilling's Sentence Was Cut

June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Bruno of Bruno & Degenhardt, P.C. explains the reduction in the sentence of former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling by 10 years, which will see him released from prison in 2017. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."
Greek Bailout Could Steal the Stage at G-7 Meeting
47:34 - As the G-7 gathers for a meeting in Dresden, Greece continues to search for an agreement with creditors on a bailout. The situation seems likely to work its way into G-7 talks as the nation faces the first payment this Friday on a 1.6 billion euro debt to the IMF. Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols and Vassilis Karamanis preview the meeting on “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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