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Corporate Crisis Update Carolyn Hotchkiss and Eli Bortman Babson College Updated September 2005 Corporate Crisis Update Carolyn Hotchkiss and Eli Bortman Babson College Updated September 2005

n David Duncan pled guilty to obstruction of justice in shredding Enron Documents. Sentencing n David Duncan pled guilty to obstruction of justice in shredding Enron Documents. Sentencing deferred until he testifies in other cases. n Arthur Andersen convicted by jury of obstruction of justice in Enron case in 2002, sentenced to 5 yrs probation and $500, 000 fine. Conviction overturned by US Supreme Court in May 2005 n Andersen surrendered all licenses to practice accountancy, but faced multimillion dollar lawsuits from investors and former clients. Out of business. Andersen Partner David Duncan

n n n John and Timothy Rigas were convicted in June, 2005 of fraud n n n John and Timothy Rigas were convicted in June, 2005 of fraud and looting the company. Sentenced to 15 and 20 years. (Out on bail pending appeals. ) Rigases forfeit $1. 5 billion in deal to settle civil cases. Investors lose $60 billion Company declares bankruptcy in 2002, assets are sold to Comcast and Time Warner June 2005 John Rigas Michael Rigas

n n n Insider Trading: Did Waksal tip off members of his family and n n n Insider Trading: Did Waksal tip off members of his family and Martha Stewart about FDA rejection of new drug Erbitux? Im. Clone Founder Sam Waksal pled guilty to six counts of fraud, perjury, conspiracy. Sentenced to 7 years in prison and fined $4. 3 million. Faneuil pled guilty to accepting gifts for silence. Martha Stewart served 5 months in prison, 5 months of house arrest, for lying to investigators. Had to resign from NYSE board. Baconovic also got 5 months in prison. Dr. Samuel Waksal Martha Stewart Broker Peter Baconovic Broker’s Assistant Douglas Faneuil

n n CEO Dennis Kozlowski charged with evading $1 million in sales tax on n n CEO Dennis Kozlowski charged with evading $1 million in sales tax on art works purchased. Case still pending. Kozlowski and CFO Mark Swartz were convicted in NY court of grand theft -- looting the company of over $150 million. Kozlowski must repay $167 million, Swartz, $72 million. Suit by Tyco and shareholders against them for damages also pending. Former CEO Dennis Kozlowski Renoir’s “Fleurs et Fruits”

CFO Andrew Fastow n CFO Andrew Fastow indicted on 78 counts of fraud, money CFO Andrew Fastow n CFO Andrew Fastow indicted on 78 counts of fraud, money laundering, obstruction of justice. Plea bargain – 10 years in prison, and must testify in trials of other Enron defendants. n Lea Fastow served 1 year for tax fraud. n Ken Lay and Jeff Skillings are scheduled for trial in 2006 Former CEO Ken Lay CEO Jeff Skillings

Enron civil suits settled, so far, against the following defendants ………… n n n Enron civil suits settled, so far, against the following defendants ………… n n n $ 2. 4 billion -- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce $ 2. 2 billion -- JPMorgan Chase $ 2 billion – Citigroup $ 222. 5 million --Lehman Bros. $ 69 million -- Bank of America $ 168 million -- Enron's outside directors.

n n restatement of earnings Myers pled guilty to fraud, got 1 year. Ebbers n n restatement of earnings Myers pled guilty to fraud, got 1 year. Ebbers was convicted in July 2005, sentenced to 25 years, is free pending appeal Scott Sullivan pled guilty, testified against Ebbers, got 5 years. WCOM declared bankruptcy, reorganized in Chapter XI, changed name to MCI, was acquired by Verizon. Bernie Ebbers Controller David Myers CFO Scott Sullivan

Worldcom Investors’ suits --- $6. 1 Nov. 2004 – billion in settlements approved by Worldcom Investors’ suits --- $6. 1 Nov. 2004 – billion in settlements approved by n Citigroup $2. 6 billion court: Sept. 2005 – n J. P. Morgan Chase $2. 0 billion, n Deutsche Bank, $325 million; n Andersen, $65 million; n former directors, $55 million; n Ebbers, $45 million. Bondholders will recover $426 per $1000 Stockholders will recover $0. 56 per share

n n Analyst Jack Grubman n Involvement with Enron and World. Com-setting up sham n n Analyst Jack Grubman n Involvement with Enron and World. Com-setting up sham transactions Investigation for “spinning IPOs”-giving special deals to CEOs in return for investment banking business Stock analysis manipulated for q q q Boardroom struggles? Investment banking business? Nursery school admission?

THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG? Energy Telecoms and Media Financial Services THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG? Energy Telecoms and Media Financial Services