Hewlett-Packard tripled the size of its share repurchase program to $12 billion as China sales and better profit margins on its services boosted quarterly earnings. The fiscal fourth-quarter results released on Monday were in line with …
A stock that's jumped 47% year to date, as HP Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) has in 2016, and is bumping up against its 52-week high, isn't likely to appeal to many investors. Now toss in analysts' consensus stock price estimates of just …
Meg Whitman lost her bid to become governor of California last year and things aren’t looking so hot as she takes the reigns at Hewlett-Packard. The former eBay CEO was appointed as the new CEO to HP Friday and the company’s …
Thursday Hewlett-Packard announced that it plans to cut an additional 11,000 to 16,000 jobs as part of its restructuring, and Wall Street reacted with glee. The company’s stock is up more than 6 percent on Friday, trading at nearly $34 per …
Leo Apotheker's run at HP is off to a rough start. After HP named Apotheker CEO, its stock is down 4% in after hours trading, which means he's already destroyed $4.45 billion in shareholder value! Not really Apotheker's fault, but …
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co (HPQ.N) said on Monday its board approved ... Under that authorization, HP had $4.9 billion remaining to buy back its stock as of the end of July. There is no time limit on either program. The …
Today: Hewlett-Packard disappoints with its quarterly sales and forecast, and shares decline rapidly in late trading. Also: SunPower shines after deal with rival, Tesla Model S wins again. The Lead: HP beats on profits, misses on sales and …
Hewlett-Packard hasn’t faded away amid the continuous wave of technological ... co-manager of GoodHaven Fund, which recently counted the stock as a top 10 holding. “The company is a free cash flow machine, with a management team …
Stock futures are slipping, indicating markets could see a modest retreat at the open. Dow Jones futures are down 20 …
Rex Crum and Therese Poletti will be listening in on the Hewlett-Packard earnings conference call. The company surprised investors by beating earnings estimates (adjusted, by a penny), and holding onto its outlook. The stock was …