A second, streamlined case against the former chairman of Cendant Corp. produced the same result as the first -- a mistrial.

A federal judge declared a mistrial in the fraud trial of Walter Forbes, whose company made headlines in the 1990s. Forbes was accused of participating in a scheme that cost the company and investors more than $3 billion, which was the largest case of accounting fraud in the country at the time.

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