Enron vice chairman resigns

“Over the past 10 years, Cliff has made a tremendous contribution to Enron’s evolution, particularly as a member of the team that built Enron’s wholesale business,” said Jeff Skilling, Enron president and CEO. “His creativity, intelligence, sense of humor and straightforward manner have been assets to the company throughout his career. While we will miss him, we are happy that his primary reason for resigning is to spend additional time with his family, and we wish him the very best.”

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 2 /PRNewswire/ — As California’s business interests continue their drumbeat for proportional rate increases for all users, individual businesses up and down the state prepare for economic downturns never felt before.

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