Bill Hewlett and David Packard built an incredible company. I’ve used their equipment in several diverse industries for as long as I can remember.
Though it isn’t the same company it used to be, and their products do not exhibit the quality they once did, I just don’t understand how it could come to this:
On Tuesday, Attorney General Bill Lockyer said he already had enough evidence to charge HP insiders and the private investigators who impersonated board members and journalists in order to access logs of their personal phone calls.
Is it really possible that the HP folks involved believed that they were protecting shareholder value? Was there any limit to what they would have done?
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