The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission launched an investigation into whether Hewlett-Packard paid bribes to win a computer contract with a unit of the Russian government.
The report stated that Russian investigators raided HP’s office in Russia for details surrounding a $10.9 million alleged bribe.
Over the weekend, according to Bloomberg News, HP stated that Carly Fiorina had no involvement in the investigation, as well as no connection to the knowledge of the possible crime.
That did not stop U.S. Senate opponent Tom Campbell from launching a new strategy against Fiorina today.
The announcement came via email, entitled “The Book on Carly.”
Carly Fiorina is touting her business record in her campaign for U.S. Senate — but what she’s telling voters is a work of fiction.
Instead, we’re starting a daily distribution, quoting from NON-FICTION books about Carly, which give telling insights into who she really is and why she failed in business.
Bound to be a bestseller — start turning the pages tomorrow.
Monday I had the opportunity to speak with Fiorina about the accusations and her perspective on Wall Street, business and the economy.
Read (and listen to) "Carly Fiorina's Russian Bribes."