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The programme will be the same as HP's PartnerOne programme, and will aim to make investing in the Autonomy portfolio far more simple.
Referring the matter to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the American firm alleged in November that former members of Autonomy's management fiddled accounts in a bid to "mislead investors and potential buyers".
HP acquired Autonomy with the goal to expand in cloud-computing and add software that searches a broad range of data.
Autonomy founder and CEO Mike Lynch completely denied the claims and instantly reverted the blame back to HP and the auditors that were involved with the acquisition.
It said: "This appears to have been a willful effort on behalf of certain former Autonomy employees to inflate the underlying financial metrics of the company in order to mislead investors and potential buyers."
Milagros Rimando, National Economic and Development Authority regional director, said they were exploring various channels to urge the President to include Cordillera autonomy among the priority bills in Congress.
HP bought Autonomy for $11.7bn in 2011, but the merger of the two companies failed, causing HP to write off $8.8bn of the investment a year later.
Financial autonomy is shared with the ministries of Education and Finance, while academic autonomy is shared with the CUE.
Adetailed presentation was made by Prof D P Singh, Chairman, UGC on graded autonomy, highlighting the various aspects of UGC Regulations on Graded Autonomy which provide an enabling framework to Universities for adopting a decentralized management culture, ensuring freedom to HEIs todecide academic issues.
And part of the amendment process led to the sponsor of three bills during the last administration to amend Section 7 (162) that deals with the political as well financial independence of local governments, Section 7 (313) and Section 162 primarily to eliminate ambiguities and loopholes that make it difficult for autonomy of local governments to be achieved.
The researchers found that diabetes distress (P = 0.023) was associated with higher, and autonomy support (P = 0.032) with lower, subsequent HbA1c levels.
Analyzing the right to be heard enshrined in the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child, Daly finds that it provides little respect for children's legal autonomy and too many excuses to override children's wishes because it leaves adults--mostly judges--with all of the discretion and therefore all of the power.

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