Mike Lynch extradited to US to face fraud charges

John Leonard
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Mike Lynch. Source: Wikimedia. Royal Society. CC BY-SA 4.0
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Mike Lynch. Source: Wikimedia. Royal Society. CC BY-SA 4.0

Entrepreneur finally loses his battle to be tried in the UK

Mike Lynch, the UK businessman who founded software company Autonomy, has been deported to the US to face charges of related to that company's sale to HP. Lynch faces charges of conspiracy, secu...

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