Sherron Watkins, the former Enron Corp. vice president who was the first to seriously question the company's accounting methods, testified for much of the week in the government's fraud and conspiracy trial against former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay and chief executive Jeffrey Skilling.

Watkins, who has already testified before Congress and written a book about her role in taking her concerns to Lay, again recounted her story before a Houston jury. Watkins is now a consultant to companies on corporate governance issues and gives lectures on her experiences at Enron.

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