NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- After this morning's terrible earnings report and the revelation of accounting wrongdoings at its Autonomy unit, HP (HPQ - Get Report) CEO Meg Whitman is in full damage control mode blitzing the business TV airwave.There is a narrative that she's trying to present to the world: Turnarounds are hard and messy I let Mike Lynch go when I sensed issues at Autonomy (the former CEO) We are very angry by these accounting wrongdoings and are doing our best now to clean them up This was a deal done by my predecessor I'm doing the best I can under the circumstances to turn this thing around
Autonomy's Blood on Whitman's Hands Too
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