HOUSTON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - It might prompt a snide remark or two, but Enron Corp. is jumping into the used car business next week. The fallen energy giant, whose name has become synonymous with corporate dishonesty, is selling off 18 cars from its fleet next week at its third post-bankruptcy auction. A 1999 black Lincoln Navigator sports utility vehicle and a 2000 Cadillac Deville, both of which served as transport for Enron's top executives, are the high-end offerings. A fleet of 16 ...
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