Business Ethics and Governance Issues at HP: The Pretexting Controversy
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The matter was reported to the Board, and one
of the Directors, Tom Perkins resigned from the Board, to
express his displeasure about the way the investigation was
carried out. He asked the HP Board to disclose the details of
the investigation process.
» Understand the business ethics issues arising out of the pretexting
controversy at HP
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