Telecom equipment supplier Nortel Networks Corp. thinks it has put a final price tag on its 2001 accounting scandal.
Nortel announced that it has reached an agreement to pay nearly $2.47 billion in cash and stock to settle two shareholder class-action lawsuits for allegedly violating U.S. and Canadian securities laws after it issued revised financial expectations for the 2001 fiscal year.
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