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Oracle won't let Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch off the hook
Some advice for Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch: You can obfuscate about what is said in a private conversation. But if you also leave behind a slide-deck, it's best to either come clean or keep your mouth shut.
Autonomy is the British enterprise software company that HP (HPQ) agreed to buy last month for $10.3 billion. In a subsequent earnings call, Oracle CEO MOREDan Primack - Sep 29, 2011 12:44 PM ET
Apple, Cisco, and other multinationals are lobbying hard for a tax break on foreign income. They may have a new ally in Sen. Chuck Schumer.
By Tory Newmyer, writer
FORTUNE -- The campaign by U.S. multinationals to sell Congress on a corporate tax break for their overseas profits has looked so far like tilting at windmills. Even backers of the so-called repatriation tax holiday have quietly acknowledged it's a political stinker that MOREJun 21, 2011 8:45 AM ET
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