Finance chief at UK software firm sacked staff who queried false accounts 



A top software executive fiddled his firm's accounts and sacked staff who opposed him in a bid to secure an £8.7billion sale, court papers claim.
Sushovan Hussain, former finance director of British tech firm Autonomy, is facing fraud charges in the US over his company's ill-fated takeover by industry giant Hewlett-Packard in 2011.
HP wrote off £7.1billion less than a year later, claiming false accounting had effectively lured it into buying a dud business. Autonomy's bosses denied the suggestion, saying HP was seeking to shift the blame for its own mistakes.
Hussain denies the charges... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Business, Views: 63
Source: Daily Mail
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