Hewlett-Packard Claims Autonomy Cooked Books

Customers and experts are pondering the implications of a financial scandal for one of the largest e-discovery players.

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Hewlett-Packard Co. said Tuesday it will take an $8.8 billion write down related to its purchase of Autonomy PLC and alleged that Autonomy executives committed accounting fraud to inflate the company's value during the sale.

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  • Liu Pei

    How to estimate a target company' value is always a tough task.

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