That's what several news organizations are reporting on their Web sites (BW WSJ NYT) Attorney General Bill Lockyer also is expected to file criminal charges against former Hewlett-Packard Co. vice president Kevin Hunsaker, along with outside investigators involved in the corporate spying scandal, according to an attorney familiar with the situation. Hunsaker left the company last week. Adding to the horrible turn of events is that Dunn, H-P's former chairman, was supposed to begin chemotherapy treatments for advanced ovarian cancer this week. Dunn was diagnosed with the ovarian cancer in 2004. Expect lots of discussion on Lockyer's timing of this one.
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