Thursday, September 28, 2006
HP leaders to express regrets to House
Former chairman Dunn says she thought investigation tactics were legal; CEO Hurd shifts focus to the future
From CNNMoney.com's Grace Wong
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Mark Hurd and recently ousted chairman Patricia Dunn are set to express regret to a House committee Thursday over the methods used in the company's leak investigation, but they also will seek to distance themselves from tactics used, according to their prepared testimony.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee released prepared testimony from Dunn and Hurd Wednesday evening ahead of a hearing on the company's controversial spying program.
Lawmakers will seek more details of their involvement in the boardroom probe Thursday during a question and answer session before the panel.
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