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Hewelett Packard Case

Hewelett Packard Case - I do not think that Helwett Packard...

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Brooke Galietto September 30, 2008 Business 101 “Hewlett-Packard and Pretexting: Spying on the Board” 1) The major stakeholders from Hewlett Packard’s perspective are the owners (executives, Hewlett and Packard families), the suppliers (investigators hired), and the employees (Keyworth). 2) Clearly, the legality of pre-texting is a controversial issue across the board.
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Unformatted text preview: I do not think that Helwett Packard violated any law by pre-texting because the rules of pre-texting were so vague at that time. I do feel that the people involved did not act ethically in the situation. They should have immediately stopped the pretexting when they knew it was a questionable act....
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