Mr. Powers testified about his investigation into financial practices at Enron and the responsibility of various board members in the… read more
Mr. Powers testified about his investigation into financial practices at Enron and the responsibility of various board members in the financial collapse of the committee. Mr. Lay refused to answer questions, invoking his rights against self-incrimination under the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution. close
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Byron L. Dorgan U.S. Senator [D] North Dakota
Fritz Hollings U.S. Senator [D] South Carolina
Kenneth Lay Chairman and CEO (Former) Enron Corporation
William Powers Chairman Enron Corporation->Board of Directors Spec. Invest.Cmte.
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