I was reading Enron’s 1999 and 2000 10Ks, as one does, and found something interesting. I’m not sure if I already knew this or not, but check this out: What you’re looking at is Enron’s disclosure of Michael Kopper’s interest… Continue Reading
Saturday, October 27, 2001 Chuck Watson met with Ken Lay at Lay’s family home. The two business leaders began to discuss the nuts and bolts of a potential merger. Dynegy didn’t want Enron’s international unit — except it would take… Continue Reading
Friday, October 26, 2001. The stock opened at $16 and would close at $15.40 – a loss of only 5.81% of its value. Nothing to cheer about, certainly, but when compared to the losses every day of the week, it… Continue Reading
October 25, 2001 The stock opened at $16.40. It would close at $16.35. Enron’s stock would never close higher than it opened again, not even on the day the Dynegy deal was announced, and the October 25 loss would be… Continue Reading
Michael Kopper wrote an analysis of the distributions/purchase of Chewco’s interest in Jedi. Michael Kopper could be a novelist; his thoughts are clear, each one in a neat paragraph. Brilliant. In my opinion, this is a really cool document.
This document is a memo drafted by Anderson auditor Thomas Bauer about the investigation into Chewco. I think the very last diagram (last page) is very good.