Saturday, December 01, 2012

H.P.’s Autonomy Blunder Might Be One for the Record Books - NYTimes.com

More unhappy press for HP
"And whatever else might be said, Time Warner survived, spun off AOL to shareholders, and today is a profitable company with a market capitalization of $45 billion. Hewlett-Packard has a market value of just over $25 billion, and vulture investors are rumored to be circling it as a candidate for a takeover or dismemberment.
Autonomy “will arguably go down as the worst, most value-destroying deal in the history of corporate America,” Mr. Sacconaghi asserted."
H.P.’s Autonomy Blunder Might Be One for the Record Books - NYTimes.com
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