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HP Coerced Startup To Do Free Work In Malaysia, Jury Hears

Law360, San Jose (September 14, 2018, 11:55 PM EDT) -- A startup suing Hewlett Packard for tens of millions of dollars told jurors Friday the tech giant used false promises to coerce it into providing extra software and services for a massive Malaysian banking-system project, while HP countered that the contractor improperly upped its work to get more money.

The warring words came during opening statements in the California trial in the suit brought by WonderWorks, a company incorporated in Singapore and founded by Sri Rajan, a Carnegie Mellon University graduate who has worked for such...
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