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December 05, 2012

Autonomy Founder Lynch Fights Back

Lynch_mike400Mike Lynch, the founder of Autonomy Corp., this week created his own site to refute financial scandal allegations against him from Hewlett-Packard.

On the site, Lynch posted an open letter to the HP board of directors. Lynch sent that letter on Nov. 27, but now, "I am placing this letter in the public domain in the interests of complete transparency."

"It was shocking that HP put non-specific but highly damaging allegations into the public domain without prior notification or contact with me, as former CEO of Autonomy. I utterly reject all allegations of impropriety," Lynch stated. He then posed several questions about how HP has operated Autonomy since the 2011 acquisition.

We'll continue covering any significant HP/Autonomy saga updates over at Law Technology News. If you're an Autonomy customer, then what's your perspective? Feel free to comment below or email me at ekoblentz [at]

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