Deal Lawyers Mostly Mum on HP's Ill-Fated Autonomy Acquisition
Hewlett-Packard is asking regulators in the U.S. and the U.K. to investigate financial improprieties involving British software company Autonomy, which HP acquired for $11.1 billion last year. Perhaps not surprisingly, calls to the lead in-house and external lawyers on the deal yielded mostly silence.
By Brian Baxter|November 21, 2012
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