The former chief financial officer of Autonomy was convicted of fraud in San Francisco on Monday, in the first courtroom test of claims by Hewlett-Packard that it was defrauded when it bought the British software company.
Sushovan Hussain was convicted on all 16 counts of wire and securities fraud after a trial that lasted two months. The federal case was brought after the UK’s Serious Fraud Office declined to pursue the allegations.
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