A former employee of collapsed power giant Enron is today selling a 64-page collection of the company's emails and memorandums on online auction site eBay.
The documents, dated between June 2001 and January 2002, all relate to the Enron debacle and are only obtainable from within the group.
The seller, going by the name of 'cruvdog', has included emails from former chairman Kenneth Lay to then chief executive Jeffrey Skilling discussing "values of respect, integrity, communication and excellence in the workplace".
Lay also reports that "our growth has never been more certain" and he and Skilling discuss "ways to make sure we're careful with Enron's money".
Other information includes failed mergers, severance plan policies, resignation notes to employees and other fascinating memos.
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