Hewlett-Packard Tumbles On Reports of Hurd's Role in Leak Case

News reports said internal e-mails show signs of the CEO's involvement

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) shares tumbled 5.2% to $34.87 on Sept. 21, after newspapers suggested that the technology service provider's chief executive officer Mark Hurd played a larger role in the probe of a HP board member's news leak.

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