HP wrote off $8.8 billion US dollars in its fourth quarter earnings, with the majority linked to "serious accounting improprieties, misrepresentation and disclosure failures" discovered by an internal investigation.
The inquiry, run by accountancy firm PwC, was launched after a whistleblower at Autonomy approached HP with the allegations.
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