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November 06, 2004

Convictions in Enron barge case

Updating our Sept. 20 item, the AP reports: "A jury convicted four former Merrill Lynch & Co. executives and a former midlevel Enron Corp. finance executive of conspiracy and fraud Wednesday in the first criminal trial of Enron and Wall Street executives for their role in the energy company's 2001 collapse." More at Texas Lawyer.

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