"We Built a Heck of a Business"

Enron's former CEO Jeffrey Skilling is vague about the balanced life he wants but adamant that the company is in great shape

More than a week after announcing his startling resignation from energy giant Enron Corp. for undisclosed personal reasons, former CEO Jeffrey K. Skilling, 47, says he has no regrets about leaving after only six months at the helm. Replacing him in the interim is Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay, who previously served as CEO for 15 years before Skilling stepped in. (See BW Online, 8/24/01, "Enron's Ken Lay: "There's No Other Shoe to Fall")

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