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1. 2011-08-26 Hurd, Ellison pay valued at more than $77M Oracle
C. 2010-09-21 HP suit settled. Hurd cedes stock options Oracle
D. 2010-09-20 Hurd shows new Oracle machine San Francisco
4. 2010-09-09 Hurd stands to make millions Oracle
2010-09-06 Oracle Names Ex-HP CEO Co-President Oracle
G. 2010-09-06 Oracle, Ex-HP CEO Hurd In Talks For Job Oracle

HP suit settled. Hurd cedes stock options  Oracle: Ousted Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO has agreed to give up millions of dollars in stock options from his former employer to settle a trade secrets lawsuit Hurd shows new Oracle machine  San Francisco: Mark Hurd showed off a new Oracle data-storage computer in one of his first major public acts as an Oracle employee. He was silent on the HP scandal Hurd stands to make millions  Oracle: Oracle will pay former HP CEO Mark Hurd $950,000 a year in salary as president, with a bonus of as much as $10 million HP sues its ex-CEO Hurd
  Mark Hurd delivers keynote as Oracle OpenWorld opens   SF Downtown: Hurd delivered his first keynote address since taking over as co-CEO, but Larry Ellison still maintained a strong presence at the convention   Letter airs harassment claims against Hurd  Former HP CEO Mark Hurd's efforts to impress an HP event hostess included showing her his checking-account balance holding over $1 million   Hurd, Ellison pay valued at more than $77M  Oracle: The former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co. was negotiating a multiyear contract that size last year when an ethical scandal erupted   SEC investigating Hurd's ouster

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  Mark Hurd is facing more fallout from his ouster five months ago as CEO of the world's biggest personal computer and printer maker
  Hewlett-Packard Co. is suing Mark Hurd, the chief executive it ousted last month, to stop him from taking a top job at rival Oracle Corp.

  Oracle said in a statement that Hurd will also serve as a member of the board of directors. He will report to CEO Larry Ellison
Oracle, Ex-HP CEO Hurd In Talks For Job  Mark Hurd is in talks to take a top executive job at Oracle Corp., the database software maker run by his friend Larry Ellison Aug.8 Woman 'Saddened' By CEO's Ouster  Jodie Fisher, 50, an actress and businesswoman, knew Hurd through her contract jobs with HP from 2007 to 2009 Ousted HP CEO Settles With Accuser  Mark Hurd has settled allegations of sexual harassment lodged against him by a female contract worker for HP Aug.7 Fired CEO To Get $28m In Cash, Stock  Lauded for making HP the world's biggest technology company, Mark Hurd was in talks for a new contract worth about $100 million Aug.6 CEO resigns amid harassment claims
  Hewlett-Packard ousted Mark Hurd for falsifying expense reports and other documents to conceal a secret relationship with a former contractor
 Jodie Fisher, 50, an actress and businesswoman, knew Hurd through her contract jobs with HP. HP paid her up to $5,000 per event to greet people and make introductions among executives News of Hurd's abrupt departure Friday sent HP's stock tumbling. Shares have doubled in value during his five-year stewardship

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Jan.24 CEO Cashes In $8.6 Million Bonus  Despite a spying scandal Hewlett-Packard paid Mark Hurd a bonus of $8.6 million last year, on top of his salary of $1.4m Jan.20 CEO replies to House probe  Mark Hurd has denied to U.S. lawmakers that he engaged in anything improper or illegal when he cashed options

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Dec.13 Congress Asks CEO To Explain Cashout
  The panel has demanded that Hurd explain $1.37 million of options he exercised just before the scandal became public Sep.21 E-mails Suggest CEO Had Role In Scandal
  Mark Hurd played a more direct role in an investigation of media leaks than previously disclosed

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Jun.15 Questions over CEO's stock sale  New CEO, Mark Hurd, sold thousands of shares in his old employer, just weeks before he left the Ohio firm Mar.31 New chief makes his debut  Mark Hurd says company is fundamentally sound but not performing as it should and vowed to work hard Mar.29 Mark Hurd named as new CEO
  Hewlett-Packard named Mark Hurd, 48, the leader of the computer services company NCR to succeed Carly Fiorina

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