ENRON'S CAST OF CHARACTERS AND THEIR STOCK SALES*
Proving Once Again That White Collar Crime Pays
Bob Jensen at Trinity University
|NAME||POSITION AT ENRON||
|J. Clifford Baxter||Vice-Chairman||619,898||$34,734,854|
|Robert Belfer||Member of Board of Directors||2,065,137||$111,941,200|
|Norman Blake||Member of Board of Directors||21,200||$1,705,328|
|Rick Buy||Chief Risk Officer||140,234||$10,656,595|
|Rick Causey||Chief Accounting Officer||208,940||$13,386,896|
|Ronnie Chan||Member of Board of Directors||8,000||$337,200|
|James Derrick||General Counsel||230,660||$12,563,928|
|John Duncan||Member of Board of Directors||35,000||$2,009,700|
|Andy Fastow||Chief Financial Officer||687,445||$33,675,004|
|Joe Foy||Member of Board of Directors||38,160||$1,639,590|
|Mark Frevert||Chief Executive Office, Enron Europe||986,898||$54,831,220|
|Wendy Gramm||Member of Board of Directors||10,328||$278,892|
|Kevin Hannon||President, Enron Broadband Services||Unknown||Unknown|
|Ken Harrison||Member of Board of Directors||1,011,436||$75,416,636|
|Joe Hirko||CEO, Enron Communications||473,837||$35,168,721|
|Stan Horton||CEO, Enron Transportation||830,444||$47,371,361|
|Robert Jaedicke||Member of Board of Directors||13,360||$841,438|
|Steve Kean||Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff||64,932||$5,166,414|
|Mark Koenig||Executive Vice President||129,153||$9,110,466|
|Ken Lay||Chairman, Enron Corp.||4,002,259||$184,494.426|
|Charles LeMaistre||Member of Board of Directors||17,344||$841,768|
|Rebecca Mark||Chief Executive Officer, Azurix||1,895,631||$82,536,737|
|Michael McConnell||Executive Vice President||32,960||$2,506,311|
|Cindy Olson||Executive Vice President||83,183||$6,505,870|
|Lou Pai||CEO, Enron Energy Services||3,912,205||$270,276,065|
|Ken Rice||CEO, Enron Broadband Services||1,234,009||$76,825,145|
|Jeffrey Skilling||Chief Executive Officer, Enron Corp.||1,307,678||$70,687,199|
|Greg Whalley||Chief Operating Officer, Enron Corp.||Unknown||Unknown|
sales occurred between October 19, 1998 and November 27, 2001. The
number shown under
gross proceeds indicates the number of shares times the price of Enron stock on the day the shares were
sold. It does not reflect any costs the Enron officials incurred in exercising the sale of the stock. Therefore,
the net proceeds to the listed individuals is likely less than the amount shown.
SOURCES: Mark Newby, et al. vs. Enron Corp., et al., Securities and Exchange Commission filings,
Congressional testimony, Enron Corp. press releases.
Who owns 77,000 acres in Colorado and is the only person to own a 14,000 foot mountain? I wish he'd take a flying leap from it!
Who at Enron refused to commute from Sugarland on the outskirts of Houston to catch flights on Enron's corporate jets departing out of Houston's International Airport? Instead that former Enron executive required that a corporate jet be dispatched for him to commute from Sugarland. Mostly the longer flights out of Houston for this executive were to his vacation home.
See Page 264 of Pipe Dreams by Robert Bryce cited above.
Relative to the executive mentioned above, what woman was an even worse abuser of Enron's corporate jets?
See Page 262 of Pipe Dreams by Robert Bryce cited above.
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