Former Autonomy boss Lynch reviewing HP accounting news
LONDON Nov 20 (Reuters) - Mike Lynch, the former chief executive of Autonomy, is currently reviewing the news that the company's new owner Hewlett-Packard has taken an $8.8 billion charge related to "serious accounting improprieties", his spokeswoman said.
Lynch was currently listening in to a conference call being given by HP to the financial community to explain the charge. He expects to comment later on the development, his spokeswoman said.
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