Former HP boss Meg Whitman accused of 'trashing' Mike Lynch's reputation to protect herself

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Whitman was a member of HP's board when the $11.1 billion deal to acquire Autonomy was announced in August 2011.
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Whitman was a member of HP's board when the $11.1 billion deal to acquire Autonomy was announced in August 2011.

'Things have to be proven' in the court, the judge told Whitman

In the second day of her testimony at London's High Court, Meg Whitman, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, was accused of publicly trashing the reputation of Autonomy founder Mike Lynch. Whitman was...

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