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Enron Corporation

  • Blogs

    August 17, 2012

    State Supreme Court, Legislature Want to Give Juveniles Serving Life Sentences a Shot at Parole

    On June 6, 2007, Rodrigo Caballero, a 16-year-old member of the Vario Lancas gang in Los Angeles, jumped out of a green Toyota and opened fire on three Val Verde gang rivals walking down the street. He missed two of his targets, but the third caught a non-fatal gunshot wound near the shoulder blade. ... More >>

  • Culture

    August 15, 2012
  • Culture

    August 8, 2012
  • Culture

    July 25, 2012
  • Culture

    July 11, 2012
  • News

    July 4, 2012
  • News

    April 18, 2012
  • Blogs

    March 11, 2011

    J*Davey and Blu Make Mischief And/Or Sense at 330 Ritch

    Def Sound​J*DaveyBluDef Soul@ 330 RitchThursday, March 10, 2011Better than: A late-night spelling bee. San Francisco came out last night to party in good faith -- to get down, make noise, say Yeeaaayyuh, the usual -- but the partying spirit was damped, at least in my case, by an hour and fifteen ... More >>

  • Film

    May 7, 2008

    Summer Grows Up

    The season of big budget bangs uses its brain

  • Film

    February 6, 2008

    Patterns of Abuse

    A methodical look at how and why we torture in Taxi to the Dark Side

  • Blogs

    December 7, 2007
  • Home Entertainment

    May 9, 2007
  • Home Entertainment

    April 12, 2006
  • News

    January 25, 2006

    Pouring Money Down a Hole

    We tried to warn you. A new audit shows how a PGA tournament sucked millions of dollars from city parks.

  • Home Entertainment

    January 18, 2006
  • Film

    December 28, 2005

    The Reel Truth

    Hollywood claims the sky is falling. To which we say, Puh-lease.

  • Film

    December 21, 2005

    Backhanded Slapstick

    Jim Carrey's brand of fun warms a reheated Dick and Jane

  • Film

    October 5, 2005

    Truth Syrup

    An intriguing cover-up tale melts into a melodramatic mess

  • News

    July 6, 2005

    Say-It-Ain't-So Joe

    Why does Joe Morgan -- the best second baseman in history and a prominent TV broadcaster -- hate Moneyball? And Billy Beane and his Oakland A's? And you, too, if you think the statistical revolution that's overwhelmed Major League Baseball has any

  • Film

    June 22, 2005
  • Film

    June 15, 2005
  • Film

    April 27, 2005
  • Film

    April 27, 2005

    Scoundrel Time

    Alex Gibney expertly captures the lies and fall of Enron

  • Film

    April 20, 2005
  • Culture

    April 6, 2005

    The Voysey Inheritance

    A 1905 play presciently engaged with the ethics of transgression and repayment

  • News

    January 12, 2005

    The Parmalat Syndrome

    How U.S. financial firms -- including Bank of America -- allegedly abetted a multibillion-dollar fraud, and how U.S. regulators are letting them get away with it

  • Film

    August 18, 2004

    I Hate It

    This Spike Lee joint is a cockeyed, self-righteous, and graceless diatribe

  • News

    August 13, 2003

    Gimme Shelters

    After mortgaging our future in an orgy of budget-related borrowing, the Legislature hatches new orgiastic plans: sleazy tax shelters

  • Culture

    February 5, 2003

    Good Coin

    ACT brings new life to a well-trodden script

  • News

    August 21, 2002

    Face Full of Memories

    San Francisco now has two -- count 'em, two -- adult dodgeball leagues

  • News

    August 21, 2002

    Business as Usual

    The problem today isn't shoddy corporate ethics -- capitalism was built on corruption. The problem is America's bias against government regulation.

  • Culture

    July 10, 2002

    Speak To Me

    Russell Simmons' Def Poetry Jam brings hip hop home

  • News

    July 3, 2002

    Unbusy Signal

    How long does it take Pac Bell to install a phone? Let us count the days.

  • News

    June 26, 2002

    Blowing Smoke

    WARNING: Gov. Davis' plan to use tobacco lawsuit money to fill a budget gap is dangerous to our financial health

  • News

    June 26, 2002

    Sleeping With the Auditor

    Why San Francisco and its outside accountants are a little too close for comfort -- and how it could threaten the city's financial integrity

  • Culture

    June 12, 2002

    Lines of the Times

    Shaw's 70-year-old Apple Cart still has plenty to say about modern-day democracy, globalization, and corporate scams

  • News

    April 24, 2002

    Mirant's Morass

    The plan to build a massive new power plant in San Francisco -- once thought inevitable -- hits a few snags

  • News

    April 17, 2002

    The Ghost of Scandals Past

    Previous "creative financing" debacles should haunt city officials who've approved a risky $1 billion lease of Muni streetcars

  • News

    April 10, 2002

    Runaway Train

    Why is Muni in such a hurry to win approval for a blindingly complex, potentially risky, $1 billion plan to privatize the city's rail fleet?

  • News

    April 3, 2002

    Now That's Amore

    In S.F., spring is the season for romance. And pig coitus. And mouse erections. And ...

  • News

    February 13, 2002

    Attack of the Self-Serving Pol!

    A deft film in which a southland legislator and lazy journalists rewrite history, blame Enron for the energy crisis, and leave Sacramento corruption untouched

  • Music

    February 6, 2002

    First, the Good News

    A rehearsal space opens, a club closes

  • News

    February 6, 2002

    Hail to the Ex-Chief

    Clinton gets the rock star treatment at UC Berkeley; Chron Covers Enron-Size Bust

  • News

    January 16, 2002

    Letters to the Editor

    Week of January 16, 2002

  • News

    December 26, 2001

    The Perfect Crime

    As we're now finding out, Gov. Davis may be the only one who won't have to pay for his mishandling of the energy crisis

  • News

    April 25, 2001

    The Return of the Screw

    PG&E is doing to New England what greedy, polluting, out-of-state energy suppliers have done to PG&E and California

  • News

    March 7, 2001

    Dim Bulbs

    Greedy out-of-state profiteers make easy targets, but the real villains of California's energy debacle are the ones under the state capitol dome.

  • News

    January 31, 2001

    Don't Let Them Turn Out the Lights

    It's time for consumers to take back California

  • News

    December 31, 1997

    Imbalance of Power

    Competitors say delay in electric deregulation helps PG&E, other utility monopolies

  • News

    May 14, 1997

    PG&E Is All Charged Up

    The S.F.-based utility embarks on a nationwide buying spree

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