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At the peak of its fame as a global telecom player in 2001, Nortel Networks boasted a market value of $207-billion. In a trial set to begin in Toronto in early 2012, the culmination of almost a decade of forensic and prosecutorial overkill, government lawyers will attempt to download responsibility for Nortel¹s fall onto the shoulders of Frank Dunn, the former CEO of the Canadian corporate champion that filed for bankruptcy in 2009. In this incisive collection of columns from the editor of the Financial Post, the story of the greatest corporate misadventure in Canadian history is laid bare.

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