After years of delay, three ex-Nortel execs go to court on fraud charges


In what's sure to be as entertaining as an episode of The Good Wife, the long-delayed trial of Nortel Network's former CEO Frank Dunn, former CFO Douglas Beatty and former controller Michael Gollogly on charges the trio raided the hen house and cooked the tech company's books between 2000 and 2004 began in Toronto on Monday. The Crown, criticized for being soft on white collar crime in the past, is under tight scrutiny in the Nortel case, and has been poring through millions of documents, some dating back before the catastrophic collapses of two of the world's biggest business scandals, Enron and WorldCom. Article

Filed Under