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Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay received a barrage of written warnings from employees questioning the energy giant’s accounting integrity in the fall of 2001 but said on Monday that he was too busy trying to save the company to investigate.

The ex-chairman was combative during his fifth day on the witness stand in his fraud and conspiracy trial, accusing a federal prosecutor of highlighting only negative information.

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