This is not strictly an accountancy question but I'm sure someone out there has experience of the following:
Hewlett Packard (HP) is facing a US$1bn lawsuit from shareholders over the “vastly overvalued” acquisition of British software firm Autonomy.
Hewlett-Packard has accused its acquired UK subsidiary Autonomy of accounting improprieties following a write-down of $8.8bn on its $11bn acquisition.
I've just acquiried a new client, who either isn't terribly bright, or is trying to be clever and not doing it very well.
Client bought a van for £8225 inc vat [ie £7k net]- vat was 17.5%
deposit was £1000
total finance £7225. Client reclaimed vat correctly. Term of loan is 36 months
Following Gadget Zone's recent review of the most desirable tablet computers for
Following yesterday’s speculation regarding the possible dismissal of Léo Apotheker, HP has today announced that it has fired its CEO after only 11 months in the role and hired Meg Whitman, the
Just over a week after the world’s largest PC producer said it was looking to sell or spin-o
Vodafone gets a piece of the iPhone pie