Hewlett-Packard has found itself in hot water in recent weeks over its board of directors' efforts to determine the source of company information leaked to media sources. Each day additional information regarding the involvement of Chairman Patricia Dunn, who resigned on Friday (22 September), CEO Mark Hurd, who has now replaced Dunn as Chairman, and other officials emerges and the scandal continues to unravel.
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