SAN FRANCISCO — The former chief financial officer of Autonomy Inc. is trying to upend a novel settlement between Hewlett-Packard Co. and the two plaintiffs firms leading securities derivative litigation against the company over its disastrous $11 billion purchase of Autonomy.
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