The defense in the Enron Corp. fraud trial attempted Tuesday to demonstrate that two former executives did not try to hide anything at the one-time energy giant.

Daniel Petrocelli, former CEO Jeff Skilling’s defense attorney, asked Mark Koenig, the former investor relations chief, if some of the things he did as part of his job were done at other companies. Koenig acknowledged that they were.

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