Former shareholders of Tyco International Ltd. have been given the go-ahead to sue the company and accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
A New Hampshire federal judge made the ruling last week, consolidating a number of securities fraud cases and removing one lead plaintiff, Voyageur Asset Management, saying that the firm could not prove it was harmed by Tyco executives' illegal manipulation of stock prices.
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