Two key figures in the Hewlett-Packard Co. spying scandal will give their sides of the story in interviews on the CBS News program “60 Minutes” on Sunday.
Patricia Dunn, former chairman of the technology company who was charged with four felonies in California, and Carly Fiorina, the former chief executive officer, president and chairman, gave separate interviews on the subject, according to information released by CBS Friday.
In her interview, Dunn says companies conduct such investigations often.
“Every company has investigations. Investigations, by their nature, are intrusive,” Dunn tells “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl. “If you think that Hewlett-Packard is the only company that has an investigations force — which by the way, is peopled mostly with former law enforcement officers that do all kinds of private detective work, monitoring, posing as other people in order to solve problems to protect shareholder value — you’re being na