HP's Top Lawyer Leaves

Aron Schatz
September 28, 2006
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HP's top lawyer is getting heat from this whole pretexting scandal. Good, this sort of thing should be illegal.


"She has admirably supported our business needs across the globe and will be missed," CEO Mark Hurd said in a press release regarding Baskins. "Stepping down was a very hard decision for her, but by doing so, she has put the interests of HP above her own, and that is to be commended." HP has acknowledged that it accessed phone records of board members and journalists, including CNET News.com reporters, as part of its leak probe. The company has also followed reporters and tried to trace e-mails in an effort to track down the source of leaks from the board of directors.


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