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HP CEO calls pretexting probe a 'rogue' investigation

Hewlett-Packard chief executive officer (CEO) Mark Hurd blamed the scandal that has besieged his company on "a rogue investigation" that got out of hand, in an advance copy of his Congressional testimony released by a House Subcommittee on Wednesday.

Written by Robert Mullins28 Sept. 06 10:24

House panel subpoenas data brokers for HP hearing

A U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee probing the Hewlett-Packard (HP) pretexting case has issued more subpoenas to compel witness testimony at a Thursday hearing.

Written by Robert Mullins28 Sept. 06 08:40

House panel on HP scandal adds second day of hearings

The US House of Representatives Subcommittee looking into the HP boardroom spying scandal has added a second day of hearings and issued subpoenas for some witnesses.

Written by Robert Mullins26 Sept. 06 08:20

HP lawyer gives blow-by-blow of leak probe

An attorney hired by Hewlett-Packard to investigate the conduct of HP and outside investigators has provided new details of his firm's investigation of news leaks from the HP board.

Written by Robert Mullins25 Sept. 06 08:05

SEC broadens probe of HP

Hewlett-Packard has entered into mutual agreements with two former directors caught up in the board spying scandal not to file lawsuits over the dispute.

Written by Robert Mullins22 Sept. 06 13:05

HP turns over thousands of documents to House panel

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has turned over thousands of documents to a U.S. House subcommittee investigating methods the company used to find out who was leaking company information to the media, a subcommittee spokesman said Monday.

Written by Robert Mullins20 Sept. 06 14:20

House Panel on pretexting asks HP officials to testify

Several people connected to the Hewlett-Packard (HP) board scandal have been invited to testify at a U.S. House subcommittee hearing Sept. 28 on the issue of pretexting to get confidential phone records.

Written by Robert Mullins18 Sept. 06 08:21

HP board to meet, discuss phone scandal

Hewlett-Packard's board of directors took no action at a special Sunday meeting and will reconvene late Monday to continue discussions about the scandal that has occupied the company over the past week.

Written by Robert Mullins11 Sept. 06 12:42
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