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Former Autonomy mobster Mike Lynch wants HP to shine a light on the accusations of book-cooking made against him and his exec team when it holds the annual shareholder meeting later today. Good luck with that Mike, it's not the first time you've tried and been stonewalled by HP. In fact, when The Channel asked HP about its …

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A better question

Dear HP shareholders. Your board paid way too much for Autonomy. Where does the buck stop?

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WTF?

Does anyone give a shit?

This is one of the most monotonous, tedious and over egged "stories" of all time - HP bought a pup / he sold HP a pup. The only people in the world who thought this was a good deal at the time were the Autonomy board and HP big wigs who agreed to buy it so why is anyone surprised it has all gone tits up?

Oh and the British Bill Gates - WTF?

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Happy

Re: Does anyone give a shit?

Because "the British Bill Wymann" woudl have been slanderous?

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Does anyone give a shit?

"Oh and the British Bill Gates - WTF?"

'cos he's a director of the BBC and told everyone so.

The man should be happy with his loot and simply STFU

Anon 'cos he's richer than I am

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Anonymous Coward

Re: The man should be happy with his loot and simply STFU

Like you do everytime there's a story in the national papers alleging that you've done something criminal?

Anon because your you don't want to be associated with your own opinion.

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Does anyone give a shit?

While they are arseing about with the court case the customers will be walking away.

HP are just incompetent.

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Anonymous Coward

Seems reasonable to me

The media isn't the place to try this case, a courtroom is.

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