Former HP Chair Dunn Indicted
California Attorney General Bill Lockyer has charged former Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and others involved in the company's spying scandal with four felony counts, including wire fraud and conspiracy. "One of our state's most venerable corporate institutions lost its way," said Lockyer at a press conference on Oct. 4 announcing the charges in the month-old scandal.
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