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Nortel Networks

Nortel Networks Corporation (Pink Sheets: NRTLQ), formerly known as Northern Telecom Limited and sometimes known simply as Nortel, is a multinational telecommunications equipment manufacturer headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. On January 14, 2009, Nortel filed for protection from creditors in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, in order to restructure its debt and financial obligations.

Headlines Around the Web

No end in sight to Nortel fees frenzy

Jun 24, 2013 - Financial Post

Gravy train at work in Nortel bankruptcy

Mar 08, 2013 - Financial Post

Nortel accounting move dubious: former VP

Feb 28, 2012 - Financial Post

Ex-Nortel CEO arrives at court

Jan 13, 2012 - Financial Post

Five years that changed everything

Aug 22, 2011 - Financial Post

Articles About Nortel Networks

Courts take novel approach to Nortel Networks cash fight

By Reuters

A U.S. judge and a Canadian judge agreed on Friday to a joint, simultaneous trial to decide how to divide $9 billion from the liquidation of Nortel Networks, overruling objections that the unusual arrangement would lead to "chaos. (Mar 09, 2013)

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Canada, U.S. courts to jointly handle Nortel Networks cash fight

By Reuters

A U.S. judge and a Canadian judge ruled on Friday they will jointly decide a multibillion-dollar dispute in the Nortel Networks bankruptcy through a simultaneous cross-border trial. (Mar 09, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, TELECOMS

U.S., Canada judges mull fate of Nortel cash

By Reuters

Creditors of telecoms equipment giant Nortel Networks will find out on Friday how the bankrupt company will proceed in ending the years-long battle over its $9 billion in cash. (Mar 08, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, TELECOMS, NEW YORK

After mediation fails, court fight over Nortel begins

By Reuters

Bankrupt telecoms equipment giant Nortel Networks once boasted of a global operation, but now its former world-wide units are squaring off over its last remaining asset: $9 billion in cash. (Mar 07, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, STORM, TELECOMS

Nortel Networks talks on dividing cash from sales end

By Reuters UK

Talks to divide $9 billion (5 billion pounds) raised from the sale of businesses of Nortel Networks, the telecoms equipment maker that went bankrupt in 2009, ended without agreement, and the mediator said on Thursday further discussions were no longer worthwhile. (Jan 25, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: TELECOMS, LAWYER

Court dismisses fraud charges against three Nortel executives

By Reuters

An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed fraud charges against former Nortel Networks Chief Executive Frank Dunn and two other top executives of the failed telecom equipment supplier following a year-long trial involving one of the most spectacular casualties of the 1990's dot-com bubble. (Jan 15, 2013)

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Kodak Patent Sale Plan Gets Bankruptcy Court Approval

By Reuters

Eastman Kodak Co's proposed $525 million sale of its digital imaging patents to Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corp got a bankruptcy judge's approval on Friday, bringing the photography innovator a step closer to exiting Chapter 11. (Jan 12, 2013)

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Kodak patent sale plan gets U.S. bankruptcy court approval

By Reuters

Eastman Kodak Co's <EKDKQ.PK> proposed $525 million sale of its digital imaging patents to Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corp <RPXC.O> got approval from a bankruptcy judge on Friday, bringing the photography company a step closer to exiting Chapter 11. (Jan 12, 2013)

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Kodak Signs $525 Million Patent Deal to Fight Bankruptcy

By Reuters

Eastman Kodak CoEKDKQ.PK agreed to sell its digital imaging patents for about $525 million, a key step to bringing the photography pioneer out of bankruptcy in the first half of 2013. (Dec 20, 2012)

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Kodak in $525 million patent deal, eyes bankruptcy end

By Reuters

Eastman Kodak Co agreed to sell its digital imaging patents for about $525 million, a key step to bringing the photography pioneer out of bankruptcy in the first half of 2013. (Dec 20, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, NEW YORK, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY