Hewlett's Challenge: Proving It
Walter Hewlett wasn't in the courtroom on Apr. 7 during a rare Sunday hearing at the Delaware Chancery Court. If, perchance, Hewlett was in church, it may have been time better spent. The judge heard arguments on whether Hewlett-Packard must face trial in a lawsuit brought by the dissident director. And even though Hewlett won the first round of this battle, he still may need a prayer or two to achieve his ultimate goal: derailing the $18.7 billion merger between HP and Compaq Computer.
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