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October 12, 2016
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Executive Frank Dunn's lawyer David Porter speaks outside of the courthouse in Toronto...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CEO Dunn's lawyer David Porter speaks outside of the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Executive Frank Dunn's lawyer David Porter speaks outside of the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Executive Frank Dunn's lawyer David Porter walks outside of the courthouse in Toronto...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Chief Executive Frank Dunn's lawyer David Porter walks outside of the courthouse in Toronto...
Former Nortel Chief Executive Frank Dunn's lawyer David Porter walks outside of the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel Controller Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Controller Michael Gollogly leaves the courthouse in Toronto January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty and Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
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January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse in Toronto, January 14, 2013....
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG9F
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Lafontaine in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine (R) in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG9E
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Lafontaine in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine (R) in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG8V
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Lafontaine in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine (R) in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG8T
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Lafontaine in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine (R) in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG8P
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Lafontaine in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty leaves the courthouse with his lawyer Gregory Lafontaine (R) in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NORTEL-TRIAL/
RTR3CG8I
January 14, 2013
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty closes his eyes outside of the courthouse in Toronto,...
Toronto, Canada
Former Nortel CFO Beatty closes his eyes outside of the courthouse in Toronto
Former Nortel Chief Financial Officer Douglas Beatty closes his eyes outside of the courthouse in Toronto, January 14, 2013. An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against three former top executives at bankrupt Nortel Networks after a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. Former Chief Executive Frank Dunn, former CFO Beatty and former Controller Michael Gollogly were found not guilty of misrepresenting Nortel's financial results between 2000 and 2004 in a plan that prosecutors alleged brought them bonus payments while defrauding investors. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTXPVCU
October 21, 2009
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp are joined by supporters during a demonstration...
Ottawa, Canada
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel are joined by supporters during a demonstration on Parliament...
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp are joined by supporters during a demonstration on Parliament Hill in Ottawa October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTXPVCF
October 21, 2009
A woman looks at discarded protest signs following a demonstration by former employees and pensioners...
Ottawa, Canada
A woman looks at discarded protest signs following a demonstration on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
A woman looks at discarded protest signs following a demonstration by former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp on Parliament Hill in Ottawa October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTXPVCC
October 21, 2009
A woman picks up a discarded protest sign following a demonstration by former employees and pensioners...
Ottawa, Canada
A woman picks up a discarded protest sign following a demonstration on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
A woman picks up a discarded protest sign following a demonstration by former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp on Parliament Hill in Ottawa October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTXPEMB
October 07, 2009
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp gather in front of Queen's Park to protest the...
Toronto, United Kingdom
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp gather in front of Queen's Park to protest the...
Former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp gather in front of Queen's Park to protest the loss of pensions and severance pay in Toronto, October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
RTXPEMA
October 07, 2009
A man holding a sign joins former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp as they gather in...
Toronto, United Kingdom
A man holding a sign joins former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp as they gather in...
A man holding a sign joins former employees and pensioners of Nortel Networks Corp as they gather in front of Queen's Park to protest the loss of pensions and severance pay in Toronto, October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
RTXPEM4
October 07, 2009
Former employee of Nortel Networks Corp Baraba Araelien wipes her eye during a gathering in front of...
Toronto, Canada
Former employee of Nortel Networks Corp Baraba Araelien wipes her eye during a gathering in Toronto
Former employee of Nortel Networks Corp Baraba Araelien wipes her eye during a gathering in front of Queen's Park to protest the loss of pensions and severance pay in Toronto, October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTXPELX
October 07, 2009
Former employees of Nortel Networks Corp Stan and Baraba Araelien look on during a gathering in front...
Toronto, Canada
Former employees of Nortel Networks Corp Stan and Baraba Araelien look on in front of Queen's Park to...
Former employees of Nortel Networks Corp Stan and Baraba Araelien look on during a gathering in front of Queen's Park to protest the loss of pensions and severance pay in Toronto, October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA-NORTEL/
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September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CANADA-NORTEL/
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September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XPY
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XNT
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XNQ
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XLR
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XLO
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XLL
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-NORTEL/
RTR27XLH
September 16, 2009
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Minister of Industry Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Minister of Industry Tony Clement speaks at a news conference in Toronto, September 16, 2009. Canada has decided against launching a review of the $1.13 billion sale of the wireless assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks to Sweden's Ericsson, Clement said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
NORTEL/
RTR26KVY
August 10, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on Monday its chief executive, Mike Zafirovski, will step down immediately and its board will shrink from nine directors to three as the bankrupt telecom equipment maker works to sell off all of its major assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA BUSINESS SCI TECH)
NORTEL/
RTR26KVX
August 10, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on Monday its chief executive, Mike Zafirovski, will step down immediately and its board will shrink from nine directors to three as the bankrupt telecom equipment maker works to sell off all of its major assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA BUSINESS SCI TECH)
NORTEL/
RTR26KVV
August 10, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa August 10, 2009. Nortel Networks said on Monday its chief executive, Mike Zafirovski, will step down immediately and its board will shrink from nine directors to three as the bankrupt telecom equipment maker works to sell off all of its major assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA BUSINESS SCI TECH)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HXA
August 07, 2009
A demonstrator waves a sign during a protest on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. Former Nortel...
Ottawa, Canada
A demonstrator waves a sign during a protest on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
A demonstrator waves a sign during a protest on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. Former Nortel employees who were denied pensions after the company filed for bankruptcy protection marched outside as executives attended a committee meeting. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HX7
August 07, 2009
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson prepares to testify before the House...
Ottawa, Canada
Ericsson Canada president and CEO Henderson prepares to testify before the House of Commons industry...
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson prepares to testify before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel Networks Corporations assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HX6
August 07, 2009
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson prepares to testify before the House...
Ottawa, Canada
Ericsson Canada president and CEO Henderson prepares to testify before the House of Commons industry...
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson prepares to testify before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel Networks Corporations assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HX4
August 07, 2009
Research In Motion president and co-chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis reacts after testifying before...
Ottawa, Canada
Research In Motion president and co-chief executive officer Lazaridis reacts after testifying before...
Research In Motion president and co-chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis reacts after testifying before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel Networks Corporations assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HWX
August 07, 2009
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel speaks to...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer Riedel speaks to media after...
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel speaks to media after testifying before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel's assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HWW
August 07, 2009
Research In Motion president and co-chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis (L) and vice-president Robert...
Ottawa, Canada
RIM president and co-chief executive officer Lazaridis and vice-president Crow speak to media after testifying...
Research In Motion president and co-chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis (L) and vice-president Robert Crow speak to media after testifying before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel Networks Corporations assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HWU
August 07, 2009
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel is followed...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer Riedel is followed by a...
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel is followed by a protestor after testifying before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel's assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HPU
August 07, 2009
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel prepares to...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer Riedel prepares to testify...
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel prepares to testify before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel's assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HPQ
August 07, 2009
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson waits to testify before the House...
Ottawa, Canada
Ericsson Canada president and CEO Henderson waits to testify before the House of Commons industry committee...
Ericsson Canada president and chief executive officer Mark Henderson waits to testify before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel Networks Corporations assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR26HPM
August 07, 2009
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel (C), flanked...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer Riedel, flanked by president...
Nortel Networks Corporation senior vice-president and chief strategy officer George Riedel (C), flanked by president of Carrier Networks Richard Lowe (L) and legal counsel Derrick Tay, waits to testify before the House of Commons industry committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa August 7, 2009. The committee will be discussing the sale of Nortel's assets. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
NORTEL/
RTR260IG
July 24, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former Canadian tech icon with roots going back to World War One, starts selling key assets on Friday in an auction process that has already polarized opinion and sometimes reads like a soap opera. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA BUSINESS)
NORTEL/
RTR260IF
July 24, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former Canadian tech icon with roots going back to World War One, starts selling key assets on Friday in an auction process that has already polarized opinion and sometimes reads like a soap opera. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA BUSINESS)
NORTEL/
RTR260ID
July 24, 2009
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former...
Ottawa, Canada
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa
A sign is pictured outside Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa July 24, 2009. Nortel Networks Corp, a former Canadian tech icon with roots going back to World War One, starts selling key assets on Friday in an auction process that has already polarized opinion and sometimes reads like a soap opera. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA BUSINESS)
NORTEL/PARLIAMENT
RTR24SEK
June 18, 2009
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski waits to testify before the Commons finance committee on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel President and CEO Zafirovski waits to testify on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski waits to testify before the Commons finance committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
NORTEL/PARLIAMENT
RTR24SE8
June 18, 2009
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski pauses while speaking to journalists after testifying before...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel President and CEO Zafirovski pauses while speaking to journalists on Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski pauses while speaking to journalists after testifying before the Commons finance committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
NORTEL/PARLIAMENT
RTR24SE6
June 18, 2009
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski waits to testify before the Commons finance committee on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel President and CEO Zafirovski waits to testify on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski waits to testify before the Commons finance committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
NORTEL/PARLIAMENT
RTR24SE5
June 18, 2009
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski is followed by a protester after testifying before the Commons...
Ottawa, Canada
Nortel President and CEO Zafirovski is followed by a protester on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
Nortel President and CEO Mike Zafirovski is followed by a protester after testifying before the Commons finance committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA POLITICS BUSINESS)
RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
RTXCA1H
March 03, 2009
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, checks his Blackberry during...
Olathe, UNITED STATES
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Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, checks his Blackberry during a "job club" meeting at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Olathe, Kansas February 25, 2009. Part networking opportunity, part therapy group, jobs clubs are is rapidly emerging as hot spots for job hunters in America. Picture taken February 25, 2009. To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES)
RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
RTXCA1A
March 03, 2009
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, checks his Blackberry during...
Olathe, UNITED STATES
To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, checks his Blackberry during a "job club" at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Olathe, Kansas February 25, 2009. Part networking opportunity, part therapy group, jobs clubs are is rapidly emerging as hot spots for job hunters in America. Picture taken February 25, 2009. To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES)
RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
RTXCA19
March 03, 2009
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, asks a question during...
Olathe, UNITED STATES
To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, asks a question during a job club meeting at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Olathe, Kansas February 25, 2009. Part networking opportunity, part therapy group, jobs clubs are is rapidly emerging as hot spots for job hunters in America. Picture taken February 25, 2009. To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES)
RECESSION-JOBCLUBS
RTXCA16
March 03, 2009
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, talks with another unemployed...
Olathe, UNITED STATES
To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS/
Tom Skidmore, who was laid off in December from his sales career with Nortel, talks with another unemployed person at a "job club" at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Olathe, Kansas February 25, 2009. Part networking opportunity, part therapy group, jobs clubs are rapidly emerging as hot spots for job hunters in America. The clubs, which are springing up in large U.S. cities as well as small towns, act as places to share fears over depleted savings accounts, polish resumes, practice 30-second personal pitches and hone survival strategies. Picture taken February 25, 2009. To match feature RECESSION-JOBCLUBS/ REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES)
MOBILE-FAIR/
RTXBRWT
February 18, 2009
A visitor speaks on his mobile phone under a Nortel sign at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor speaks on his mobile phone under a Nortel sign at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona...
A visitor speaks on his mobile phone under a Nortel sign at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 18, 2009. The GSMA represents the interests of the worldwide mobile communications industry. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
NORTEL/
RTR23ED9
January 15, 2009
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside office building in Toronto
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009. Nortel , North America's biggest telephone equipment maker, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, hoping to save a once high flying business whose decade-long decline has accelerated with the global economic crisis.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA)
NORTEL/
RTR23EDB
January 14, 2009
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside office building in Toronto
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown outside their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009. Nortel , North America's biggest telephone equipment maker, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, hoping to save a once high flying business whose decade-long decline has accelerated with the global economic crisis.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA)
NORTEL/
RTR23ED8
January 14, 2009
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown on their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009. Nortel...
Toronto, Canada
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown on office building in Toronto
The Nortel Networks Corporation logo is shown on their office building in Toronto January 14, 2009. Nortel , North America's biggest telephone equipment maker, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, hoping to save a once high flying business whose decade-long decline has accelerated with the global economic crisis.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA)
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