Motorola: Former CFO Alleges Misstated Internal Forecasts

In court documents, Paul Liska alleges the company's projections for its mobile-phone business were in error and he was unlawfully fired

The curious case of Paul Liska's departure as Motorola's (MOT) chief financial officer just became more bizarre. In court documents supplied to BusinessWeek by Cook County (Ill.) court officials, Liska details differences with his former employer, alleging that the Schaumburg (Ill.)-based cell-phone maker repeatedly misrepresented the financial performance of its Mobile Devices unit and that he was unlawfully dismissed.

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