Enron Corp. founder Ken Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling were found guilty on fraud, conspiracy and other charges, after just six days of deliberation by a Houston jury.

Lay, 64, was found guilty on all six of the counts he faced, while Skilling, 52, was convicted on 19 of the 28 charges brought against him. Both face at least 25 years in prison.

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