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In Depth (Enron Scandal / Lawsuit) #654572

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The filing of a lawsuit by the General Accounting Office (GAO) against Vice President Dick Cheney for his refusal to give information about the energy task force meetings reported.

(Houston: Jim Avila) The continuing investigations into the Enron bankruptcy scandal examined; details given of questions about overpriced Enron stock nearly a year before the bankruptcy; scenes shown from a February 27, 2001, Enron meeting. [In January 2001, Enron CEO Ken LAY - says he has never seen the company stronger.] [Former Enron CEO Jeff SKILLING - says several companies were targeted on Enron's way to the top; dismisses a negative article about Enron.] ["Fortune" writer Bethany McLEAN - says nobody knew how Enron made money.]

Reporter(s):
Avila, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom
Duration:
00:03:10

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