SUIT CLAIMING EXECS HID PLAN TO HALVE DIVIDEND TO PROP UP STOCK TO BE TRIED In re International Business Machines Corp. Securities Litigation | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

SUIT CLAIMING EXECS HID PLAN TO HALVE DIVIDEND TO PROP UP STOCK TO BE TRIED In re International Business Machines Corp. Securities Litigation | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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1996 Andrews Corp. Off. & Directors Liab. Litig. Rep. 20481
Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Reporter
December 25, 1996
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SUIT CLAIMING EXECS HID PLAN TO HALVE DIVIDEND TO PROP UP STOCK TO BE TRIED

In re International Business Machines Corp. Securities Litigation

U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said a formerly “turtle paced” 1992 class action suit — charging IBM officers and directors hid plans to scuttle the company's vaunted dividend — is “off the slow track” and is scheduled to begin trial in federal court...
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