In basketball terms, it was a slam dunk. After looking at thousands of pages of documents and listening to two dozen witnesses, Ontario Justice Frank Marrocco said the Crown hadn’t proved former Nortel
Almost exactly one year ago, three former Nortel Network executives stood in a Toronto courtroom and pleaded not guilty to charges they defrauded the struggling company between 2002 and 2004.Today, four years to
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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- Former Nortel Networks CEO Frank Dunn was among several senior company managers who were aware of a long-standing data breach into Nortel's computers systems, but chose to do nothing.According to reports
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Prosecutors have made “preposterous” allegations against three former Nortel Networks executives, a defence lawyer has told an Ontario Superior Court judge.In an opening address in the fraud trial on behalf of all the accused,