Hewlett-Packard should be commended for dumping CEO swiftly

08/10/2010 | Fistful of Talent

The recent dismissal of Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd was handled much better than when the head of BP left the company after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Kathy Rapp writes. A quick investigation and decision to fire Hurd for expense report questions and a sexual harassment charge show the company was focused on maintaining its integrity and upholding its core values, "even though it may temporarily hurt their company," she writes.

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