Hewlett Packard investigated for corporate spying
Thursday, September 21, 2006
Hewlett Packard executives are scheduled to testify before a house subcommittee next week about how the computer giant obtained private phone records of board members and reporters. HP is the target of several investigations over allegations it illegally gathered those confidential records to find out who leaked corporate information to the media. Reporter Amita Sharma talks about the case with a business ethics professor, a law professor and an NPR correspondent.
, business ethics professor at Western Washington University
, National Public Radio
- Andrea Johnson , California Western Law School professor.
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