Peter Waldman

Investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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Investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, based in San Francisco, California

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California's Attorney General has filed criminal complaints against Patricia Dunn, the former chair of  Hewlett-Packard , and four others involved in the corporate spying scandal. …

Felony Indictments Come Down in Hewlett Packard Case

California's Attorney General has filed criminal complaints against Patricia Dunn, the former chair of Hewlett-Packard , and four others involved in the corporate spying scandal. …

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