HP's Showdown: Hurd vs. Dunn

Expect the congressional hearing to show starkly different views of how the company handled board leaks

In the drama surrounding Hewlett-Packard and how it handled an investigation into board leaks, a new rift may be emerging. This one is between HP Chief Executive Mark V. Hurd and former Chairman Patricia C. Dunn, who has borne much of the blame for a probe that's plunged HP into controversy. Differences between the two will play out publicly in a Sept. 28 congressional hearing.

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.