Fastow Fingers the Banks

The former Enron CFO says the bankers helped him do it; settlement talks are likely to heat up

Andrew Fastow got six years in prison for his role in the Enron collapse. Now he might be getting some karmic relief. The former Enron CFO recently spent nine days being grilled by lawyers representing Enron shareholders, who are trying to prove that the energy trader's bankers played an active role in the company's fraudulent bookkeeping.

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