In the aftermath of new disclosures and increased pressure from California's attorney general, can Hewlett-Packard's embattled Chairwoman Patricia Dunn hang onto her job?
By ZDNet Staff
| September 9, 2006 -- 02:30 GMT (19:30 PDT)
| Topic: Tech & Work
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