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November 09, 2005

Enron's enablers

Steve Rosenbush

It seemed a little strange to some people a few years ago when Enron decided to sue the banks that financed its fraudulent deals. It was Enron's scandal, afterall. But the stategy has worked so far. Enron has reached a settlement with five of the 10 banks that it sued. Now it's trying to extract billions more five other banks, including Citi Group. BusinessWeek Online takes a look at the suits today.

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