HP-Autonomy fraud investigation dropped by Serious Fraud Office

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SFO says that there is 'insufficient evidence' to continue fraud investigation

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has closed its criminal investigation into the $11.1bn (£7.4bn) purchase of Autonomy by systems giant HP, which was started after HP claimed that it had found account...

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