Veteran business reporter Anthony Bianco reveals the ethical collapse behind corporate American icon Hewlett-Packard, the largest information technology company in the world.

When it was revealed that the Hewlett-Packard Company had spied on its own board members and on several journalists for more than a year, an audacious and ultimately successful cover-up began. The story of what really went on inside HP has been masked—until now—with Bianco’s revealing new book The Big Lie.

Get the inside track on how the vicious power struggle between two iconic figures from Silicon Valley shaped the fate of Hewlett-Packard: Pattie Dunn, daughter of vaudevillian entertainers and one of Fortune’s “most powerful women in business,” and Tom Perkins, a swashbuckling, intuitive visionary. Bianco explores their complicated history with HP along with a memorable cast of characters who find themselves caught in an ethical morass of their own creation that ultimately damns them all.

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