While the trial against Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling soldiers on, a new trial is about to begin against a handful of executives from Enron's failed broadband unit.

In the first of three retrials, jury selection is scheduled to begin today for a conspiracy trial against the unit's former chief financial officer, Kevin Howard, and its in-house accountant, Michael Krautz. Last year, the three-month trial against the five former executives ended in a hung jury.

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