Hewlett Packard and the Patricia Dunn Investigation


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Hewlett Packard and the Patricia Dunn Investigation
This project discusses ethics and ethical corporate tactics. The topic of the case is the Hewlett-Packard issue involving its former Chairwoman, Patricia Dunn, and her hiring of a security services to investigate other directors of the firm as well as non-company individuals. The result was that she was encouraged to resign and her and several other executives briefly faced government investigation as well as criminal charges.
The Hewlett-Packard Company or HP is a recognized provider of a host of consumer and enterprise computing and enterprise solutions. The company produces enterprise level data storage and server related products as well as its highly successful line...
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