Lynch: HP is not innovating or holding on to talent

Sooraj Shah
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Ex-Autonomy boss takes a swipe at former employer

HP has not been able to innovate or hold on to talent in recent years, according to former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch. Lynch, who was in charge of Autonomy when it was sold to HP in October 2011 for $11.1bn...

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