Who's Responsible for HP's $8.8B Writedown?

Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Hewlett-Packard Co. took an $8.8 billion charge citing “a willful effort to mislead investors and potential buyers” at Autonomy Corp., the software company it agreed to purchase last year for $10.3 billion. Topeka Capital Markets Analyst Brian White, Bloomberg Industries Anurag Rana and Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman speak on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
Spanish Turnaround Boosted by Oil Price Drop: De Guindos
21:13 - In an exclusive Bloomberg Television interview, Spain's economy minister Luis de Guindos speaks about Spain's economy this year, which grew at a rate more than three times the euro-area average in the second quarter. He also reveals why his country is well insulated from the Chinese slowdown and the stance taken on the biggest refugee crisis since World War II. He spoke with Bloomberg's Francine Laqcua in Madrid.
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