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Compliance at HP - Pretexting paranoia

Last week on CNBC and other TV news broadcasts, the accusation that Hewlett Packard used pretexting to spy on its board of directors was revealed. Because she was afraid that certain board members were leaking corporate initiatives, HP's chairwoman, Patricia Dunn, unilaterally authorized a project headed up by some independent electron......

Full article >>> eally chastised him for not seeing it for what it is, but maybe some people have been too desensitized to what an illegal act is. He said the stock went up. Well "Lar," that's because people see the company as getting rid of bad leadership. My advice to Larry is "Wake up and smell the subpoenas." They will be coming soon as they should be. Get a clue.

One board member resigned back in May......

Full article >>> formation. What happened to all the security and safeguards the phone company used to have with critical and proprietary information?

Blame should be put in right place

This shows another link between technology and compliance because you have an example of corporate governance being compromised

HP owes a full explanation as well as an objective investigation to ......

Full article >>> ate governance." It means someone who will not tolerate unethical behavior so that he/she can keep the perks of a board membership.

Here is one that is more focused: http://news.com.com/5208-1014-0.html?forumID=1&threadID=20968&messageID=181947&start=-159

The buck stops with ......

Full article >>> n did so many executives forget this?

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