Ostracized by his IBM colleagues, Moffat receives comfort from an ailing wife who remains by his side during cheating and insider-trading scandal.
Written by Chris Smith
Tears streaming down his face, contrite former IBM executive Robert W. Moffat Jr. pleaded to no avail with federal Judge Deborah Batts to spare him a jail sentence, but the judge would have none of it. She ordered him to serve six months behind bars for his role in the insider-trading scandal that rocked IBM's corporate world and involved large-scale corruption on Wall Street estimated to have generated some $20 million in illegal profits.
Accounting applications provide the indispensable service of monitoring the flow of money through an enterprise. For IBM Power System users, third-party software options abound.
Written by John Ghrist
"Show me the money," if not the most often-echoed movie quote in corporate settings today, is at least at the top of most companies' concern lists. For users of the IBM Power Systems platform, still often called the IBM i, there is a rich assortment of financial applications available to track the bucks.