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C. 2015-08-26 Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties Fort Worth, Texas
D. 2014-05-18 AT&T agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion Dallas
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2013-07-25 Halliburton to plead guilty on spill Houston
6. 2013-05-08 Enron boss Skilling set to have sentence reduced Houston
7. 2013-02-05 Dell to be bought back by founder Texas
8. 2012-03-06 Stanford convicted of $7bn fraud Houston
J. 2012-02-01 American Airlines to cut 13,000 jobs Fort Worth, Texas

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  Enron boss Skilling set to have sentence reduced  Houston: The former chief executive of Enron could be released from prison nearly a decade earlier than expected Dell to be bought back by founder  Michael Dell has said that he will buy back the world's number three PC manufacturer that he founded and that carries his name for $24.4bn Stanford convicted of $7bn fraud. Houston American Airlines to cut 13,000 jobs US rejects Keystone XL oil pipeline  Washington: The state department has recommended the rejection of a crude oil 1,600-mile pipeline from western Canada to refineries on the Texas coast Venezuela to pay ExxonMobil $255 million Rick Perry unveils flat tax plan. South Carolina Stanford: 'Clients lost no money'  Allen Stanford, accused of an $8bn fraud by regulators, has insisted no money was lost by customers dealing with his companies Fuel shortage fear after storm  Oil refineries put out of action by Hurricane Ike could take eight to nine days to recover BP failed on safety - U.S. panel  Washington: Panel: British oil company failed to emphasize safety at its U.S. refineries before the Texas City explosion that killed 15 Nuclear plant to shut down for Rita Merck punished for faulty drug
Bezos claims success on second spaceship flight Map of west Texas Texas  The Amazon.com entrepreneur Jeff Bezos has claimed success on the second flight of his New Shepard spaceship Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties Map of Fort Worth Texas  An Australian woman who helped publish the series but was defrauded out of royalties could be set to receive millions of dollars in damages AT&T agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion  Dallas: AT&T Inc. agreed to buy satellite TV provider for $95 per share to give telecommunications company a larger base of video subscribers 'Goldman Sachs' tweeter unmasked  John Lefevre, 34, the creator of a satirical account purportedly based on comments overheard in the lifts at Goldman Sachs has been unmasked   Halliburton to plead guilty on spill


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  62-year-old Kenneth Lay has been indicted in connection with the 2001 collapse of the former energy giant
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'Goldman Sachs' tweeter unmasked  John Lefevre, 34, the creator of a satirical account purportedly based on comments overheard in the lifts at Goldman Sachs has been unmasked Rick Perry unveils flat tax plan. South Carolina Stanford: 'Clients lost no money'  Allen Stanford, accused of an $8bn fraud by regulators, has insisted no money was lost by customers dealing with his companies Andersen guilty in Enron case




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  A jury has found accountancy firm guilty of obstructing justice by shredding documents relating to the failed energy giant




Texas, Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See World Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.26 Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties
Map of Fort Worth Texas  An Australian woman who helped publish the series but was defrauded out of royalties could be set to receive millions of dollars in damages 2013 Jul.25   Halliburton to plead guilty on spill
  Houston: US company Halliburton will plead guilty to destroying evidence relating to the 2010 Gulf Of Mexico oil spill
2005 Aug.19 Merck punished for faulty drug
  The drugs giant is to blame for the fatal heart attack suffered by a man taking its painkiller Vioxx
Feb.24 Yukos loses US bankruptcy battle



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2015 Nov.24 Bezos claims success on second spaceship flight Map of west Texas Texas  The Amazon.com entrepreneur Jeff Bezos has claimed success on the second flight of his New Shepard spaceship



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2014 May.18 AT&T agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion  Dallas: AT&T Inc. agreed to buy satellite TV provider for $95 per share to give telecommunications company a larger base of video subscribers 2001 Sep.3 HP buying Compaq for $25 billion  San Francisco Bay Area: The new company with annual earnings of $3.9 billion and 145,000 employees would rival IBM



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2013 May.8   Enron boss Skilling set to have sentence reduced  Houston: The former chief executive of Enron could be released from prison nearly a decade earlier than expected 2012 Mar.6 Stanford convicted of $7bn fraud
. Houston 2002 Feb.4 Former Enron chief quits board  Congress was considering whether to force Kenneth Lay to appear before inquiry panels Jan.25 Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene Jan.23 Enron chairman resigns  Kenneth Lay had run Enron since it was founded in 1986



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2002 Aug.13 Bush hosting economic forum   Forum in Waco designed to demonstrate the administration has a clear economic policy



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2012 Feb.1 American Airlines to cut 13,000 jobs




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2004 Feb.19   Ex-Enron CEO denies fraud charges  Jeffrey Skilling pleaded not guilty to 36 charges, including multiple counts of insider trading, and securities fraud 2003 Jul.11 Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths'  Creditors of bankrupt energy trader will receive less than a fifth of what they are owed, under a reorganisation plan



Texas, Business Energy Business Timeline ... See World Energy Business timeline Top ^
2005 Sep.21 Nuclear plant to shut down for Rita
2001 Dec.2 Enron in bankruptcy filing
  Energy-trading company filed for Chapter 11 protection




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2013 Feb.5 Dell to be bought back by founder  Michael Dell has said that he will buy back the world's number three PC manufacturer that he founded and that carries his name for $24.4bn



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2012 Jan.18 US rejects Keystone XL oil pipeline  Washington: The state department has recommended the rejection of a crude oil 1,600-mile pipeline from western Canada to refineries on the Texas coast Jan.2 Venezuela to pay ExxonMobil $255 million
2008 Sep.14 Fuel shortage fear after storm  Oil refineries put out of action by Hurricane Ike could take eight to nine days to recover 2007 Jan.16 BP failed on safety - U.S. panel  Washington: Panel: British oil company failed to emphasize safety at its U.S. refineries before the Texas City explosion that killed 15