Ten years ago this December, one of Houston’s biggest and best known companies collapsed in a way that is still being felt a decade later. KUHF Business reporter Andrew Schneider has talked to more than a dozen former Enron employees, including Sherron Watkins and Cindy Olson, about their time at the company and what went wrong there. Some of those former insiders say many of the same mistakes made at Enron are still being made today at other big companies.
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Former Enron employees talk to the BBC's Mark Gregory about its effects on their lives and its lasting legacy.
KUHF's Andrew Schneider (6:20) discusses Houston ten years after the fall of Enron. Enron whistleblower Sherron Watkins tells Lesley Curwen that share options, which contributed to the Enron scandal, are still making bosses greedy.
Plus technology commentator Jeremy Wagstaff recalls the huge changes in our computing lives in the last 15 years.