UK tech magnate Mike Lynch defends himself in US court

Lynch likens scrutiny to finding bacteria in a seemingly spotless kitchen.

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UK tech magnate Mike Lynch defends himself in US Court
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UK tech magnate Mike Lynch defends himself in US Court

British tech magnate Mike Lynch has appeared in a US court to defend himself against allegations of fraud related to the 2011 sale of his company, Autonomy, to Hewlett-Packard (HP).

According to the BBC, Lynch described his experience of the trial as "surreal",  emphasising that he was not involved in the transactions being scrutinised. Lynch co-founded Autonomy in 1996, wh...

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