February 4, 2014
In late 2012, the tech industry was staring in amazement at Hewlett-Packard and one of its multi-million dollar acquisitions.
And it is that at that time the firm that Meg Whitman directs was forced to report losses worth 12.650 million dollars, coming from 8.880 million of the irregularities found in the accounting of Autonomy.
The setback was not only financial, but also strategic, since Autonomy had positioned itself as HP’s great bet to lead in services and solutions.
via New HP Discoveries in the Autonomy Case.
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