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See about it right now -- -- -- of the stories will be cut -- thank you Adam Adam Shapira.
In Rae and he didn't this is right Tennessee by the way director of business news for the -- this is networking didn't that would be the first thing -- ask you about I.
Have been having pop up up up yet we we threw it to Liz MacDonald today don't let him into a Tizzy for as well on the one hand you've got -- -- like be looking for love in all the wrong places I've got it right and and.
And -- you know I think there's going to be a lot of executives -- -- like that back you who have done this you know I mean.
But you know showing the ATM receipt and and bringing them up in an -- you've got sort of they had this salacious details -- what's election in him pursuing it.
And you're gonna have a debate going I think you know people saying.
Was what he did crossing the line was -- harassment you know as laid out in this letter which you know it's important phase one side of the story.
Bob you are already -- -- already right right you have a guy who who -- seemingly loves it he was really pursuing her for a long time.
-- I don't get -- right -- -- and I think his defenders are gonna say.
You know for for somebody who didn't like this -- spent two years being pursued and spent a lot of time in his hotel rooms around the world.
You know fighting off his advances I -- at what point did -- just say no I don't wanna come up your hotel room.
I so I think you're gonna get that but -- the other angle and all of this is is that.
-- the one the one allegation I think people are gonna -- is on is the fact that he's alleged to have told her insider information about the EDS deal that HP was working on in.
That's what the board his is kind of resting on it's not the fact that he's.
You know really falling over himself to -- to try to get -- in the -- it's more that he's you know telling her information that that's tradable.
And that's what they -- the border -- forget HP there's a lot of criticism that board for firing in the first place they're going to be a lot of people look at this and say you know.
Even with all these allegations some of which he's already denied.
But even even with these allegations.
He really have to be fired out of hand the way the way he did certainly his successor -- already been fired right right -- enter HP was so dysfunctional and and you know what Mark -- Was a great CEO he's a great president at at Oracle.
He -- you know he probably.
Did this not just with her but maybe with with other people and it never -- -- -- job performance the other days job performance is pretty get.
So I think -- have a lot of people debating on all sides whether.
Whether or not it was appropriate for him to have been fired and and I think you know it is a lot of -- here there's a bit and it's going to be an interesting debate that that comes -- I can't wait to see what you -- those with -- focus god only knows what's gonna.
-- amount I'm gonna make sure she's on that with me and she -- like our probably gonna say I did the same -- her for years so you -- knowing her so.
It had been yet know if.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We have a friend to when he goes to the Hamptons goes to ATM machines and fines receipts that have been thrown away.
With big accounts like strict balance and that's what he uses to write his phone number honored get a girl's phone number and every -- is also of that and that great.
People look at all day long here if you can use here at Fox Business.
But by the way HP's stock as it has lost almost 40% of its value decided today.
And if you're shareholder -- you don't really care in a lot of -- things I don't think a lot of people are gonna care will -- did based on this.
You're probably gonna wish that that the board had acted differently right still live in that he was still there what else is on that today we're -- -- we've got an interesting story added added DC about the National Labor Relations Board which effectively dies at the end of today and I don't think people no this Craig Becker is the chairman.
His term ends -- he was a recess appointment that term ends.
With the ending of this congress and that means there's only two people on the NLRB and legally can exist.
-- we saw what that the problems that they are the countries they got into with Boeing and their plant down in South Carolina.
A lot of that the work of the NLRB isn't going to be able to get done.
Because nominations the NLRB have been been hung up in congress are here you've got this this major board for business that is -- a lot of impact.
On businesses and how they -- their employees that's not going to be able to do most of its work anything that -- the board's approval for things can't be done.
If you don't have a quorum on -- so.
It'll be inches easy how long that -- there's some people who were are telling our own Richardson down in DC that.
This could be through the next elections he may have a year without the NLRB.
That seems a little extreme but that's the way it stands appealing -- two people sitting on the board that's not a warm.
And they can't legally do their jobs.
Well that's incredible rate thanks for being here that's to thank you took a lot of time.
Talking about Mark Hurd I enjoyed every breath I haven't had that it worked on you if somebody said look at the million dollars in the account -- that -- I don't -- that -- now.
And your husband and I don't think he ever get a position to do that they'll benefit -- You never know you know -- -- thank you so much Reagan if they director of businesses in the Fox Business Network stay with us we have some great interviews the Simon day with a rather Rivera.
And mark Kelly at all.