First off, this is an incredibly topical question. Glad you asked
it. Enron is a mess, and its good to gain some perspectives on the
The first site I found appears to be run by the law firm who is
representing the stockholder-plaintiffs. Its got a veritable
treasure-trove of wonderful bits, factoids, analyses and insights on
the current Enron situation, as well as really nifty graphs. The
first section has an overall analysis of the stiuation -- including
general company profile information (the assets of the company, for
instance were $47.3 billion), and a considerable bit of news coverage.
Page two seems to deal principally with Enron's
collapse due to the merger with Dynergy being nixed. The third section
deals with the new developments that Enron has divluged, as well as
listing a handy source of links to governmental agencies, and more
inter-site based links.
Findlaw's Enron Commentary carries some great links to recent
goings-on in the bankruptcy hearings at Enron, as well as the outside
activities of companies such as Tractabel SA to purchase various parts
of the company. The commentary section provides some analysis, albiet
a bit dated (The latest goes back to March 2002). The documents
section is replete with tons of factoids -- on Enron proper, on the
records they were hiding, and on the congressional investigations and
the bankruptcy hearings.
There is perhaps no better a place to go for current Enron than the
Houston Chronicle's own coverage. Being the hometown newspaper, they
have a reason to be so thorough. The Chronicle does a great job of
allowing you to section-off by month what information you want about
Enron. The most recent information goes back to yesterday. The site
is filled with information on Andrew Fastow's recent indictment, and
has a wonderful supply of supplemental links.
A more legal analysis of the Enron debacle, can be found at the
LLRX.com Enron Update page. It even covers the indispensable facts
like hearing dates, court calendar links and the Judge involved in the
Bankruptcy case (Judge Arthur J. Gonzalez). THe webmistress who is in
charge of updating has many fields marked in yellow -- which she
explains denote additions.
And a freebie, for you:
http://www.business2.com/webguide/0,1660,69695,FF.html. Just in
case I was too legally oriented for ya, you can grab a variety of
information, both new and old, on the Enron situation, including the
webpages to the Ex-Enron Employees and surrounding news on Arthur
You might also check out the new, handy-dandy News tab that Google
offers. Its worth the experimentation :)
Thanks for the question!
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