It's going to be open season. You'll see a lot more indictments down the roadFraud cases could accelerate Mar 12, 2009
I don't believe you when you say you didn't know what was going onSenators slam Skilling over Enron collapse Feb 26, 2002
I didn't believe the company was in any imminent financial perilExecutive Business Briefing Feb 11, 2002
It was my understanding that the purpose of the transactions was to provide a real hedgeExecutive Business Briefing Feb 11, 2002
I didn't believe the company was in any imminent financial perilEnron's Lay to seek 5th's protection Feb 11, 2002
Jeffrey Keith "Jeff" Skilling (born November 25, 1953) is the former president of Enron Corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas. In 2006 he was convicted of multiple federal felony charges relating to Enron's financial collapse, and is currently serving a 24-year, four-month prison sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Englewood, Colorado. The Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments in the appeal of the case March 1, 2010. On June 24, 2010, the Supreme Court vacated part of Skilling's conviction and sent the case back to the lower court for further proceedings.
Skilling was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and was the second of four children. He grew up in New Jersey and Aurora, Illinois. When he was 16, he worked at WLXT (channel 60), a UHF television station in Aurora.
After graduating from West Aurora High School, Skilling received his B.S. in applied science at Southern Methodist University in 1975, where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi (Kenneth Lay was also a member of the fraternity). During his admissions interview for Harvard Business School, he stated that he was asked if he was smart, to which he supposedly replied, "I'm fucking smart." Skilling earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School in 1979. He became a consultant at McKinsey & Company in the energy and chemical consulting practices. Skilling became one of the youngest partners in the history of McKinsey.