In the above transcript, Larry King interviews Jeffrey Skilling, the former CEO of Enron, and his attorney Bruce Hiler. Skilling explains why he decided to testify about Enron, even though he was advised to take the Fifth Amendment. He notes that he joined the company in 1990 to start a wholesale merchant business and that he appreciated that job more than CEO because it allowed him to build the business. Skilling also explains the decision to leave the company in August 2001, which was motivated by exhaustion. He denies that he had any foresight of the imminent downfall of Enron and he states that he left with a clear conscience.