The judge in the Enron trial has ruled that the company's former bosses
The judge in the Enron trial has ruled that the company's former bosses guilty of deliberately avoiding knowledge of massive fraud.
Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former CEO Jeffrey Skilling are charged with playing a central role in the firm's collapse in 2001.
They deny the claims, saying that other members of staff were responsible for hiding debts of $32bn.
However, Mr Skilling's lawyers said that they were concerned by the judge's decision.