Kenneth Lay’s Inbox

Kenneth Lay’s Inbox

Summary

A sampling of messages from Kenneth Lay’s email inbox leading up to and following the 2001 Enron scandal. Includes date/time, subject, sender, and message content (long messages have been truncated).

Source: Enron Email Dataset (retrieved 2018).

Sample

DateTimeSubjectFromMessage
1/21/02 17:40(no subject)Carey, DennisI would very much like to catch up with you. I know your life is a bit hectic these days, but I have some thoughts that might be of help to you. If you have a chance, please give me a call. The best way to reach me is through my assistant, Donna Gregor, at 215-814-1610. Regards. Dennis Carey
1/21/02 15:20KPMG LLP – Negus, I’ve got some advice for youanonymousAn anonymous visitor stopped by Advicebox.com and had the following comments for you: Hey KPMG LLP – Negus, > —–Original Message—– > From: Negus, Jim T > Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 11:37 AM > To: Fallmer, Sean > Subject: RE: Please Give me a call re ChevronTexaco > > Sean > > I think it in
1/18/02 21:10Employee MeetingJames, TerrieAs you may know by now, the media learned of the employee meeting that was planned for next Wednesday, January 23 at the Hyatt. To protect the privacy of our employees, we have chosen to cancel the meeting. As an alternative to the Hyatt, we are looking at space options within our building. This wil
1/18/02 19:52FW: A solution for the Enron global financial problem.Taylor, LizMore correspondence from WWICORP. Liz —–Original Message—– From: WWICORP [mailto:wwicorp@br.inter.net] Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 1:48 PM To: Taylor, Liz Subject: A solution for the Enron global financial problem. ENRON CORP. Mr. Greg Walley, President Mr. Kenneth Lay, CEO Dear Sirs WWI IN

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