For the week ending Jan. 19, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good …
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Meg Whitman, who oversaw the breakup of one of Silicon Valley's pioneering companies, is stepping down as CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. HPE said Tuesday that Whitman will hand over the reins of the company to its …
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina declared the stock market “has been way too high” because ... Fiorina concluded by talking about jobs in the context of her tenure as Hewlett-Packard’s CEO. She stated, “I hope people …
A new report by Citi Research focuses on the PC industry and what investors can expect throughout the remainder of 2015. Although Citi cut its forecasts for the PC industry, the firm remains bullish on Hewlett-Packard Company …
Carly Fiorina’s political future depends on whether she can defend her record as CEO of Hewlett-Packard. The likely GOP presidential candidate is aiming to do just that in her new book Rising to the Challenge, set to be released May 5, a …
The result? HPQ stock has gained over 8% in early trading. In fact, CEO Meg Whitman noted that the company has ended the year on a “high note.” After all, during 2013 the return on HPQ stock has been over 90% so far. Let’s take a look at …
Stock futures are slipping, indicating markets could see a modest retreat at the open. Dow Jones futures are down 20 …
Barron's published a bullish statement regarding Hewlett-Packard recently claiming the stock will see a 20% upward movement in one year. Hewlett-Packard, under the command of its new CEO, has turned its focus towards more …
After last week’s round of bad news for the company, there may now be one bright spot for Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ). By splitting up the company, it could bring a higher value for the share price. A least one analyst believes …
Could it get any worse for hobbling Hewlett-Packard Co.? HP's stock plummeted 12% on Tuesday to its lowest price in a decade after the company said it was writing off $8.8 billion because it was duped into overpaying for a British software …