Former private investigator Bryan Wagner will be the only person connected to the spying scandal to serve time.
A judge sentences Joseph and Matthew DePante, a father and son team involved in Hewlett-Packard's infamous spy scandal, to three years probation and six months of house arrest as part of a plea agreement.
Father-and-son team charged with crimes related to HP's spy scandal enters plea, but that plea is immediately placed under seal by the court.
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.
Two men linked to HP's 2006 "pretexting" scandal were charged last week with conspiracy to commit fraud.
We won't have pleas in HP's infamous "pretexting" scandal 'til next year. The big question: Why are the feds resurrecting the 5-year-old case now?
If the 2011 version of the Ethics Resource Council's National Business Ethics survey continues trends recorded in its 22 predecessors, people are less likely to witness unethical behavior on the job.
Wireless carriers are encouraging customers to use passwords to lock down their cell phone voice mail accounts in the wake of a massive phone hacking scandal. But that's really just a start.
There are plenty of names being tossed around for who'll take over Mark Hurd's old job. CNET takes a look at what qualities HP's board should be seeking in that candidate.
Company investigation finds Mark Hurd "exhibited a profound lack of judgment," engaging in a relationship with a contractor and approving incorrect expense reimbursement for her. CFO Cathie Lesjak will take over as interim CEO.