Articles about Autonomy
Mike Lynch splashing cash on m'learned friends
Updated But German software firm was 'never seriously interested'
Financial Reporting Council sniffs allegations surrounding Brit software biz
...using Autonomy's own software
HP ignored numerous warning signs about the state of Autonomy's finances and accounting irregularities at the firm before acquiring it for $11bn, shareholders have alleged in a $1bn lawsuit. The investors are suing HP's current CEO Meg Whitman, her predecessor Leo Apotheker, former HP chairman Ray Lane and Autonomy founder Mike …
The brash sales culture at Brit software biz Autonomy, since controversially sold to HP, was portrayed by co-founder Mike Lynch and his inner circle as being similar to organised crime in a prank corporate video which surfaced recently. The five minutes of hilarity - no honestly, it really is very tasteless funny - was quietly …
Claims to represent former management team
‘We have been ambushed’
HP plans to lay off sales staff at Brit software subsidiary Autonomy while seeking to shore up the small biz's R&D. An internal memo penned by Robert Youngjohns, an exec hired from Microsoft last September, started with the good news first and claimed the tech titan is pumping more cash into software development overall. "As …
HP will have to bare all in its beef with Autonomy's former management before the year is out, a former SEC advisor has suggested. Hewlett-Packard took an $8.8bn write-down last month after alleging accounting errors were made at Brit biz Autonomy in the weeks before HP acquired it for $10.7bn in 2011. In turn Autonomy co- …
Lynch suggests HP mega-bucks forced marriage
UK fraud squad too. Total writedown $8.8 BEEELLION!!
Tries to counter cool winds blowing through HP's software biz
Mad Leo, Whitman both named by shareholders' lawyers
'I'm not going to be HP's scapegoat'. Errm ...
Looks a bit queasy, starts doing little eggy burps
Brit techbiz poster-boy Autonomous no more
What could lie behind this odd reluctance?
Coming upgrades to HP's public cloud will see it pursue a different market from that dominated by Amazon, Google, and Microsoft – and that's a good thing for both punters and the company. Like every other traditional IT seller, HP has been slow to wake to the rise of low-cost utility computing and storage, but on Friday the …
Does it do what it says on the tin? Credit insurance, that is
Someone always pays, sooner or later
Corporate decision-making's got nowt on non-techie MDs
- PC makers REALLY need Windows 8.1 to walk on water - but guess what?
- Pic AXE-WAVING BIKER GANG SMASHES into swanky Apple UK store
- Microsoft lures buy-curious vixens, corduroys with a cheap fondle
- BT boss QUITS telecoms giant for front-bench gov job
- CLOUD TO SUCK UP ALL YOUR CASH: Govts around world slash IT spending
Guess who just tried to break into the warehouse?
Vendors struggling to reinflate the bubble
Hellawell on being 'tight' - and his part in Thatcher's downfall
Retail? We've heard of it