Mr. Johnson from the Bank of Central Victoria talks to students about the importance of saving for key expenses and retirement. He writes out the compound interest formula to explain why they would have $727,000 in 25 years if they save 50 cents per week with the bank and the interest doubles their investment every 3 years.
The employees of Enron are given little time to gather their belongings once Enron filed for bankrupcy. Mr skilling, the CEO, is later interrogated by Senator Barbara Boxer for fraud. Senator Boxer accuses Jeffery Skilling of lying to his employees about the returns on Enron stocks. As Mr. Skilling was selling Enron stock, he continued to let his employees invest their 401k in Enron stock.