The Law Blog over at the WSJ has a nice analysis of Enron’s Jeff Skilling’s premiere at the Enron trial today. Among other things, the article has the following:
To the Law Blog, Skilling appeared intelligent but never arrogant or
patronizing. He impressively broke down and explained complex concepts
to the jury. In one instance, he skillfully explained the importance of
a company’s credit rating to its ability to grow. We suspect he would
have been a terrific business school professor.
The jokes pretty much write themselves, don’t they?