enron ceo as treasury sec?

In this week’s edition of Dodged Bullet Theater, Business Week in December, 2000:
Facing shaky markets, antsy consumers, and political turmoil, Bush is shopping for a powerhouse Treasury Secretary who projects wisdom and calm–and understands global markets. In short, confesses one Bushie, ”we need someone like Bob Rubin,” the ultrasmooth Wall Street veteran who was Clinton’s Treasury Secretary before Lawrence H. Summers. But whom to pick? Transition scouts are said to be eyeing heavyweights such as retired Chase Manhattan Chairman Walter V. Shipley and businessmen like Enron CEO Kenneth Lay.