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Former Autonomy founder and CEO Michael Lynch was interviewed about specific transactions at his former company, sources told CNBC Wednesday, raising questions about whether he was aware of questionable accounting tactics at the software firm.
Mark your Calendar app, folks. If promotional material from Apple is any indication, the Cupertino firm will offer its annual Black Friday discount on some electronics and accessories.
The accounting problems at Autonomy were hard to miss, noted short-sell Jim Chanos told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Wednesday, and HP should have seen them.
Parents are concerned about future harm and are trying to manage their children’s social media activities, a new study suggests. Do you really know what you kids are doing on Facebook?
The National Transportation Safety Board, which investigates plane crashes, has become the latest federal agency to drop its BlackBerry smartphones in favor of iPhones for reliability.
For Hewlett-Packard, the alarm bells started ringing less than a year after the technology company bought a British software maker for $11.1 billion. The NYT reports.
Move aside Facebook and Instagram, filters for Twitter photos have arrived.
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch told CNBC Tuesday he was "shocked" by allegations of accounting fraud, which caused HP to post an $8.8 billion charge and sent its stock reeling.
Autonomy, recently acquired by HP, is under fire amid allegations of accounting "improprieties" that HP says led it to take an $8.8 billion charge on the deal. Here's what Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch had to say in past appearances on CNBC.
Let's take a look at three of HP's main businesses as we think about whether they'll really rebound in fiscal 2014 the way management is projecting.
The early retirement of Intel's CEO Paul Otellini is not really surprising, but company's combination of talent and strategy is enough to carry it into a new era, said its former CEO.
The new technique will first be used in national security communications, but ultimately will help protect all information transmitted on the Internet.
Last week, the scrappy Nokia revealed its latest effort to hoist itself back into American consumer relevance, and this time the company chose one of the most volatile areas of personal technology: the smartphone maps app.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman strongly defended the company's response to a brewing accounting scandal in a recently acquired software unit, saying that Autonomy's executives engaged in a "willful effort" to mislead HP's shareholders and management.
Hewlett-Packard reported a $8.8 billion accounting charge relating to allegations of fraud tied to the acquisition of its Autonomy software unit.
Oprah Winfrey sent out a tweet Monday in which she gushed about her love for Microsoft's Surface tablet. Just one teensy problem: It was from her iPad.
CNBC's Seema Mody explains which tablet device will be on the top of consumers' wish lists. What does Twitter reveal?
Apple's iCloud suffered an outage over the weekend and apparently its issues lingered into Monday.
System launches from Nintendo tend to be smooth running affairs, but the ambitious nature of the Wii U has presented a few stumbling blocks for the company.
Being in the Billion-Dollar Club limits how, and if, a start-up can get out. For one thing, when you’re the most expensive product on the shelf, very few companies can afford to buy you.
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