History[ edit ] Inception and expansion[ edit ] Autonomy was founded in Cambridge , England by Michael Lynch , David Tabizel and Richard Gaunt in as a spin-off from Cambridge Neurodynamics , a firm specializing in computer-based finger print recognition. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both HP and Autonomy and the Autonomy board recommended that its shareholders accept the offer. However, in January the SFO closed its investigation as the chance of successful prosecution was low. From his evidence Lynch was charged with fraud in November.
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