Jodi Fisher | Update’s

August 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Jodi Fisher, Mark Hurd uses Jodie Fisher (photos), a reality TV star and actress admitted puma to market its HP (NYSE: HPQ) computers. Jodie (not Jody or Jodi) Fisher has dominated the news from HP scandal since Friday, when Hurd announced his resignation 24 hours after reaching an agreement is not monetary.

But yet there is something very wrong with this scandal. Hurd HP found not to harass Fisher.

HP said in a statement Friday it found Hurd not part of a rape of Fisher, an independent contractor hired in 2007-2009 by Hurd to serve as a marketing representative of HP. So why Hurd resign? . “The investigation determined that a violation of the sexual harassment policy of HP, but found violations of HP’s Business Conduct.” But what violations? HP is not explained.

Fisher said he had a relationship or romance with Hurd. But he did have was a job marketing teams, the same year in which he played the role as a cougar dating a reality TV show. How did Puma go to computers?

In 2007, Fisher was hired by NBC to play the role of a cougar trying to win the love of Mark Philippoussis. She did not win love, but won a job at HP. When hired by NBC, Fisher, a resident of Santa Monica, listed his job as vice president of commercial real estate company. Suddenly, once the show was over, the same year he was hired by Fisher Hurd not to handle real estate matters at HP, but the computers in the market.

When Hurd found Fisher for his work is not yet clear. But Fisher Hurd harassment claims, just to say Friday that the wishes of his family and HP “the best.”

The best?

Hurd tries to walk and $ 12 million in severance pay and think you have a year after stock, and y. 40-50000000 HP away with an image of his former executive director hired a reality star puma to promote the sale of computers.

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