Jeffrey Skilling, 59, was the highest-ranking executive to be punished for the energy giant's collapse, which put more than 5,000 people out of work, and wiped out more than $2 billion in employee pensions.
While economists and industry leaders still generally expect the ambitious target to be missed, impressive gains have surprised many.
The International Monetary Fund will contribute 1 billion euros to the rescue package.
The former Goldman Sachs employee admits risking $8 billion to boost his earnings, then lying to cover it up.
Since the meltdown, Americans are saving more and opting for low-risk bonds over stocks.
The forecast comes just before the firm unveils a new Android product.
Hints from the company's suppliers indicate it will arrive this year, he says.
Angry workers continue to demand a 20 percent pay raise, causing disruptions at the busy shipping port.
Businesses show resilience in hard times when led by united relatives with an eye on the next generation.