Hussain expected to plead 'not guilty' to charges of fraud
HPE seeks its pound of flesh over disastrous Autonomy acquisition
HPE in the sights of private equity buyers for $40bn, according to reports
Autonomy, Mercury Interactive and Vertica all on the block, say reports
Lynch seeks damages of more than $150m in London over 'false and negligent statements' made by HP
Questions over Autonomy's accounts dismissed by HP as 'negative tactics' by Oracle
'HP's patchwork tale of alleged misconduct rests on a faulty foundation of false facts, unsupported inferences, and a misunderstanding of the law and accounting standards'
Hewlett-Packard publishes its particulars of claim against Autonomy's former CEO and CFO
HP sues Lynch and Hussain for $5.1bn in London, claiming they 'engaged in fraudulent activities'
SFO says that there is 'insufficient evidence' to continue fraud investigation
But Autonomy claims email is taken 'wildly out of context'
HP legal filing squarely accuses Autonomy's Mike Lynch and Sushovan Hussain of fraud
Fallout from debacle remains as HP considers taking fight to Lynch and his team.
The size issue of big data is no longer an problem, but lack of data scientists is, says HP's big data solution marketing director
Former Autonomy chief wants answers from HP CEO Meg Whitman in ongoing dispute
HP to discuss how it proposes to combat lawsuits that allege execs were aware of Autonomy's accounting practices
Emails from before, during and after acquisition show HP may have known more than it let on
New accounts filed this week claims Autonomy made a series of accounting "errors" that bumped up revenues by 54 per cent
Years-old acquisition legal clash rumbles on into 2014
Lewis tells Sooraj Shah how he was drafted into the FSA's 'rescue mission', before overseeing the organisation being split into the FCA and PRA
Back-office apps from Autonomy and Mimecast to become available on DWF employees' mobile devices
"Software" will be 60-years old this October, but despite the lack of big launches so far this year, there's still been plenty of activity
World's largest PC maker beat analysts' low expectations
In the venture capital world, London is considered dysfunctional, says Mike Lynch