Jeffrey K. Skilling

Jeffrey K. Skilling

A businessman who served as President of Enron. He worked for Enron periodically starting in 1987. Skilling adopted the strategy in which Enron itself did not possess any assets; he also adopted mark to market accounting. In 2006, he was convicted of insider trading, securities fraud, and other crimes. See also: Enron scandal, Kenneth Lay.
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Enron Corp, announced on Aug, 14 that its board of directors had accepted the resignation of Jeffrey K. Skilling as Enron's president and CEO.