HP and Autonomy - How Damaging Will a High Profile Dispute Be?
Monday, 10th December 2012
In continuing coverage of the dispute with Hewlett Packard, Autonomy’s founder Mike Lynch has rejected all the accusations that his management deliberately inflated the company’s pre-acquisition value, and has launched a website to bring the affair out into the open. But, with the Securities & Exchange Commission expected to require substantiation of HP’s allegations by year-end, one legal expert warns of the dangers of conducting such disputes in the glare of publicity.
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