Former HP leader diagnosed with cancer

March 3, 2009 By JORDAN ROBERTSON , AP Technology Writer

(AP) -- Former Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Carly Fiorina has been diagnosed with breast cancer, a top aide said Tuesday.



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