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Former HP Chairman Patricia Dunn dies, WSJ reports

In 2006, Dunn approved a plan to spy on Hewlett-Packard board members, employees, and journalists including three from CNET. Five years after the scandal, Dunn dies of ovarian cancer at age 58.

By 6 December 2011


Hackborn won't seek re-election to HP board

Richard Hackborn has been the lead independent director since the firing of Patricia Dunn in the wake of the company's spying scandal.

By 21 January 2009


Lawyer for former HP chairman vows revenge on Perkins

Former board member Tom Perkins accused of "cowardly attacks" and "rewriting history" in his recent comments about Patricia Dunn.

By 1 March 2007


Former HP chairman pleads not guilty to felonies

At arraignment, Patricia Dunn hears four felony charges against her, enters plea and is released on own recognizance.

By 16 November 2006


Report: Five involved in HP pretexting case expected to be indicted

Calif. attorney general said to be ready to file charges against Patricia Dunn and four others Wednesday.

By 5 October 2006


Dunn gave phone numbers to PIs

Documents offer new details of HP's leak hunt, including info Patricia Dunn shared with private investigators.

By 4 October 2006


Former HP chairman booked

Judge releases Patricia Dunn on her own recognizance, provided she goes right to sheriff's office. Photos: Dunn leaves court

By 6 October 2006


Calif. AG files felony charges in HP probe

Attorney general calls former Chairman Patricia Dunn 'catalyst' for HP leak hunt and say others could be charged. Photos: Charges filed

By 5 October 2006


Week in review: Dunn leaving, but probe continues

Hewlett-Packard's "pretexting" investigation into media leaks costs Chairman Patricia Dunn her job.

By 16 September 2006