Computer Giant Hewlett-Packard to Split In 2
HP to spin off PC and printer division into its own company while main firm will focus on corporate services.
Chief executive officers may not have the worst job in the world, but they certainly don't have the easiest. Managing thousands of employees, a contentious board of directors or a tough market, sometimes even the most competent people have the cards stacked against them. Take Ron Johnson, for
After huge rally on Thursday futures are actually down right now investors are already going from euphoric to skeptical about the European debt deal apparently Here to explain it all is the street dot com's Alex steal Alex happy Friday happy Friday. Aren't so let's talk about this year at deal
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Rumors of the ousting of Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker drove the tech company’s stock up over seven percent when deliberations among the company’s board of directors leaked in published reports. The notion of ousting Apotheker and potentially replacing him with former eBay CEO Meg Whitman...
Hewlett-Packard knows what it feels like to be Apple — at least for a weekend. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based tech giant got a taste of TouchPad mania after it slashed the price of its lowest-priced tablet to $99.99 from $499.99 and customers bit for the bargain. Its $599 model, sporting 32GB of
Hewlett-Packard's abdication of the PC business is the latest blow to an industry reeling from paper-thin margins and a massive migration to mobile computing. On Thursday, the world's No. 1 computer maker said it is considering a spinoff or sale of its personal computer business, and said it is
In a startling strategic reversal, Hewlett-Packard, the world's No. 1 computer maker, on Thursday said it is considering a spinoff or sale of its personal computer business, and it is buying business-analytics firm Autonomy for $10.2 billion. HP's PC division, which sold 14.8 million units in its
Hewlett-Packard's much-ballyhooed TouchPad tablet is a record-fast casualty of the battle against Apple's iPad. HP pulled the plug Thursday on its TouchPad tablet device, which was launched June 1, and plans to discontinue its WebOS-based smartphones. "Our TouchPad has not been gaining enough
SAP co-CEO Henning Kagermann took center stage at this week's SAPPHIRE conference in Orlando, but that may not be the case...