HP has found a replacement for the position of ethics and compliance officer.
The company's previous ethicist Kevin Hunsaker resigned last month as a result of the corporate spying scandal. He also refused to testify before a congressional committee, pleading the 5th amendment that safeguards individuals against being forced to make self incriminating statements.
Being the new HP ethics chief must be the best job a person can wish for. Every time you get into an argument, you simply whisper "Patricia Dunn" and your opponent will tremble and leave the stage.
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