HP lobbied British government ministers over its disastrous Autonomy acquisition

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David Cameron and George Osborne targeted in HP lobbying campaign over Autonomy

David Cameron and George Osborne were among the targets of PR and lobbying campaign by HP after its disastrous acquisition of Autonomy went horribly wrong, according to documents revealed in the High Court...

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