The trial of a former Network Associates Inc. executive that began Thursday morning really does present some compelling issues. You just might not realize it in the courtroom.
As with many corporate fraud cases, the prosecution of Prabhat Goyal — the ex-CFO of Network Associates, now known as McAfee — hinges on arcane questions of accounting practices and cash flow.
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