A federal jury has found Charles McCall, former chair of McKesson Corp. and leader of HBO & Co. before McKesson bought it, guilty of five counts of fraud and accounting irregularities, Bloomberg and the Associated Press report. He was acquitted on one count of falsifying records.
Jay Lapine, former general counsel at McKesson who also served at HBOC, was found not guilty on all three charges levied against him. McCall and Lapine in a 2006 trial were acquitted of some charges with the jury hung on remaining charges that this year were retried. Five other HBOC employees previously pleaded guilty to various charges.
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