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Woman in HP Scandal Says She Is 'Saddened' CEO Lost His Job

Jodie Fisher, the woman at the center of the sexual harassment claim that led to Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) CEO Mark Hurd resigning, said that she is "surprised and saddened" that the events cost him his job. Fisher, 50, knew Hurd through her work as a contractor with HP%u2019s marketing department, The Associated Press reported. Between 2007 and 2009, she was paid as much as $5,000 per event to greet people and make introductions among executives at events.

The Biggest Losers: Who Fell Most This Week?

Nearly every stock on the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost value this week, but American Express (AXP), Alcoa (AA), General Electric (GE) and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) lost the most.

iPad competition could lower prices

Just over a week ago, Apple wowed the world with its "magical and revolutionary" iPad tablet, which aims to change the way you interact with media....

Free Windows 7 upgrades could cost you

If you were one of the thousands of shoppers who purchased a new computer since June 26 and are expecting a free upgrade to Windows 7 you may find...

What's wrong with the Nokia netbook?

Nokia (NOK) released the specifications for its new netbook. That is no news. The largest handset company in the world has been talking about the...