The corporate turnaround specialist who led Enron Corp. through one of the most expensive bankruptcies in history has put a $25 million price tag on his work for the company.
Stephen Cooper, who has served as Enron's interim chief executive since January 2002, requested the fee from a U.S. bankruptcy judge in New York earlier this month. In addition to Cooper's fee, the hearing also included final fee and expense requests from lawyers, accountants and other professionals involved in case. The additional reimbursement requests total $689 million -- reduced from more than $714 million by a court-appointed committee.
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