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Former Autonomy exec scolds HP's 'exaggerated, unfair' $5 billion fraud trial

By Annie Robertson
  • 14 Jan 2020 11:52
  • 06 Oct 2020 10:21

Hewlett-Packard has led an "exaggerated" and "unfair" trial against former Autonomy executive Sushovan Hussain, his lawyer told a London court today.  

The tech giant alleges that Hussain, as Autonomy's chief financial officer, and founder Mike Lynch, manipulated the data-analytics software company's revenue for several years before selling it to HP for $11.1 billion

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