HP tells Mike Lynch: we'll see you in court
Posted on 28 Nov 2012 at 09:59
Author: Nicole Kobie
Autonomy founder asks for clarification over HP's accusations
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Big Boys throw Big Toys out of Big Pram.
By TigerUnleashed on 28 Nov 2012
Seems to me that HPs lawyers should be getting the knives sharp for HPs other lawyers who clearly didn't do what they were supposed to do...
By mfoggin on 29 Nov 2012
and the winner is.....who cares, HP dying anyway.
By ScottGorr on 29 Nov 2012
HP's board's left hand doesn't know what it's right hand is doing. It's customer Service department doesn't know what customer service means.
HP should cut it's losses and wind up because it doesn't know which way to turn.
By shrek59 on 29 Nov 2012
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