Former Swissair executives were acquitted yesterday of all charges in the mismanagement and fraud case stemming from the airline's October 2001 collapse. Prosecutors brought charges against 19 former executives (ATWOnline, Jan. 17), including its last two CEOs, Mario Corti and Philippe Bruggisser, alleging that "miserable management" that included falsifying of documents led to the carrier's demise, leaving creditors empty-handed and 5,000 workers unemployed (ATWOnline, April 6, 2006). But ...

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