Nortel’s Hush-Hush $7.3 Billion Court Fight | WSJ.com

.. it’s impossible to figure out what the trial is about. via Nortel’s Hush-Hush $7.3 Billion Court Fight – Wall Street Journal – WSJ.com.

Procedural feat at Nortel trial

“How many wakeup calls do the legal profession and the court system need before both look around and discover that they have become irrelevant museum pieces?” via Procedural feat at Nortel trial.

Nortel Study

The research group interviewed close to 50% of all Nortel officers and Nortel Fellows from 1996 to January 2009, as identified in annual reports. They interviewed many key customers, competitors and partners in Canada, the United States and Europe, as … Continue reading

Working Capital: Ciena, Ericsson profit from shrewd buying at Nortel’s fire sale

Distracted by the global economic crisis and Nortel’s accounting problems, the Nortel board of directors and the Canadian government let the valuable gear slip away. via Working Capital: Ciena, Ericsson profit from shrewd buying at Nortel’s fire sale.

January 2013 in review: Trial of Nortel executives finally ends | IT World Canada News

January 2013 in review: Trial of Nortel executives finally ends | IT World Canada News.

U.S. court upholds trial plan over defunct Nortel’s $7.5 billion cash | chicagotribune.com

U.S. court upholds trial plan over defunct Nortel’s $7.5 billion cash – chicagotribune.com.

Goodbye Nortel, Hello Future | Calgary Herald

Goodbye Nortel, Hello Future | Calgary Herald.

Nortel bankruptcy fees hit $1B US | CBC News

Nortel bankruptcy fees hit $1B US – Politics – CBC News.

Cybersecurity Threats Are Real: You And Your Organization Could Be In Danger | Forbes

It is clear that there is a need for significantly greater knowledge around this threat that is costing the U.S. $5 trillion each year, or approximately one-third of our country’s GDP annually and hackers have a way or getting to … Continue reading

Success can build a culture of arrogance that will destroy a company | Quartz

Many of Nortel’s problems came from a culture that got baked into the company long before it was in trouble. In the ’70s, it could essentially tell customers what technology they needed, and charge what it wanted. The company had … Continue reading