Retrial begins for iSoft execs
Three former senior executives of iSoft faced retrial today accused of ‘cooking the books’ to bury bad news about the company to boost its value.
Jury out in iSoft fraud trial
The jury trying three former iSoft executives accused of misleading the stock market has been sent out to consider its verdicts.
‘No evidence’ that iSoft director lied
Prosecutors cannot find a “shred of evidence” to link an IT executive to “lies” told to safeguard the position of iSoft and the fortunes of its directors a decade ago, a court has been told.
Whiston “knew nothing” of iSoft forgery
A former iSoft finance director, accused of misleading investors over a multimillion pound deal, has told his trial he “knew nothing” of a forged contract used to deceive the stock market.
Graham takes stand in iSoft trial
A former senior executive of iSoft, accused of misleading investors over a £44.3m contract, has denied that failing to agree the deal would have affected the company’s success.
iSoft trial told of contract hold-up
Three former directors of iSoft, who are on trial for allegedly misleading investors about the state of the company, would have been in no doubt that a key contract had not been signed, jurors have been told.
iSoft trial told of ‘forgery kit’
Former directors of iSoft used a “forgery kit” to create a “bogus contract” to try and secure the position of the company and their own fortunes in the middle of the last decade, a court has heard.
ISoft directors ‘conspired and got rich’
Former senior directors of iSoft plotted to create “huge discrepancies” in the published accounts of the company, deceived investors and got rich, a court heard today.
iSoft four deny misleading investors
Four former directors of iSoft have denied misleading investors about the company’s fortunes at a plea and case management hearing at Southwark Crown Court.
Ex iSoft directors head to crown court
Four former iSoft directors will stand before crown court next week following the start of criminal proceedings against them at City of Westminster Magistrates’ court today. According to press reports, the four men have been granted unconditional bail and are due before Southwark Crown Court on February 5. Patrick Cryne, the company’s former chairman, Timothy […]