Home     News     Features     Library     RTFM Store     Book     About    
  Top News
  Apple Supercomputer
  Larger iPods
  Andersen Linked To Fires
  Software Qality Study
  Ballmer Leaves Microsoft
  Oracle Teams with Mafia
  More News...

  Like this page?
  Like this site?
  Get the book
  Read reviews
  Support this site

  FREE newsletter
  Win FREE RTFM gear!

Web valleyofthegeeks.com

Reasons Enron CEO Quit

Zack Urlocker
Thursday, February 21, 2002

Related News:

Enron High Voltage Departure

Ouch!Many have speculated about Ex-Enron CEO Jeff Skilling's rapid departure from the company. After just six months in the top job, he abruptly resigned telling reporters it was for "personal reasons." Now according to Enron spokesman Mel Feasance, here are the top reasons Jeff Skilling really resigned from Enron.

  • 10. Uncomfortable not being able to spell "derivative"

    9. Wanted to study the Napster business model

    8. Thought there was a bigger upside in WebVan stock

    7. Wanted to get the jump on other Enron execs on HotJobs.com

    6. Figured his days were numbered when Martin Frankel got busted

    5. Needed to catch up on his SEC paperwork

    4. Planned on touring with Phish next year

    3. Wife pushed him to take a job with a bigger paycheck

    2. He may be greedy, but he's not stupid

    1. Tired of being Ken Lay's bitch

About the author
Zack Urlocker is a Silicon Valley Software executive. He knows what derivatives are, but he's not saying.

Home     News     Features     Library     RTFM Store     Book     About    
Entire contents © Copyright 2002 - 2004 Z. Urlocker.  All rights reserved. No kidding.
All contents fictional and satirical.
RSS Feed