Congress orders more people to testify on HP scandal
The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee has subpoenaed five more people, mostly affiliated with private investigative firms, to testify tomorrow on the HP boardroom leak scandal.
That brings to 14 the number of people who have been either invited or subpoenaed to testify at a hearing that will feature testimony from Mark Hurd, HP's CEO and new board chairman; Patricia Dunn, former chairwoman; and Ann Baskins, HP's general counsel. All three are appearing voluntarily and were not subpoenaed.
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