INVESTORS SAY HOMESTORE.COM'S BUSINESS PARTNERS PARTICIPATED IN FRAUD Simpson v. Homestore.com Inc. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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INVESTORS SAY HOMESTORE.COM'S BUSINESS PARTNERS PARTICIPATED IN FRAUD Simpson v. Homestore.com Inc.

10 No. 9 ANSLRR 5Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

INVESTORS SAY HOMESTORE.COM'S BUSINESS PARTNERS PARTICIPATED IN FRAUD Simpson v. Homestore.com Inc.

10 No. 9 ANSLRR 5Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

10 No. 9 Andrews Sec. Litig. & Reg. Rep. 5
Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter
*1 September 8, 2004
Fraud
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INVESTORS SAY HOMESTORE.COM'S BUSINESS PARTNERS PARTICIPATED IN FRAUD

Simpson v. Homestore.com Inc.

In an appeal before the 9th Circuit, the California State Teachers' Retirement System says the securities fraud case against Homestore.com's business partners should not have been dismissed. The pension fund says AOL Time Warner Inc., Cendant Corp....
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