Death-Defying Acts

Beller, Peter C.
January 2007
Forbes Asia;1/8/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p74
The article offers information on the lawsuits filed against software firm I2, as well as the financial condition of the company. The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has filed lawsuits against three of I2's executives for falsely booking $360 million in revenue over four years. The company has introduced innovative software packages that are expected to help it recover from financial distress caused by the lawsuits.


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