Autonomy founder Mike Lynch is defending his former company as he denies that he and the company's management inflated its worth when HP decided to acquire it in 2011.
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HP has announced it will take a $8.8 billion one time charge related to its 2011 acquisition of Autonomy, claiming that Autonomy's management "used accounting improprieties" to inflate its price.
Microsoft's president of North America left the company to head up HP's high-tech Autonomy division. He'll have some great technology to work with but will have to work hard to increase profitability.
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