Henry C. Yuen, the former chairman and chief executive of Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc., was indicted on Tuesday on a felony charge of obstructing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation.

According to the new charges, brought by federal prosecutors in the Central District of California, Yuen allegedly deleted e-mails and Gemstar corporate documents that were requested as part of a subpoena in the SEC investigation. The SEC had been looking into accounting irregularities at Gemstar from 1999 through 2002.

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