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2011-09-27 New HP CEO backs Apotheker's strategy
HP has named Meg Whitman as its new CEO, reaffirming strategic decisions made by ex-CEO, Leo Apotheker.
2014-05-23 HP to let 16,000 employees go as revenues drop
The layoffs are part of HP's turnaround plan, which CEO Meg Whitman announced in May 2012. The numbers were estimated at 27,000, later boosted to 29,000, then 34,000, and now ballooned to 50,000.
2011-11-03 HP to stick with PC biz
HP's new CEO Meg Whitman announced that the company will not spin off its PC business division.
2012-03-23 HP gets a makeover
"Ensuring we have the right organizational structure in place is a critical first step in driving improved execution, and increasing effectiveness and efficiency," HP's CEO Meg Whitman said.
2013-04-10 TI-powered Moonshot in the works, says HP
Texas Instruments joined several ARM and x86 vendors that eventually will find a place aboard HP's Project Moonshot systems, which currently ships only with Intel Atom SoCs.
2011-11-30 Seagate sees HDD shortage to last several quarters
Seagate said it believes the industry's ability to manufacture and ship HDDs will gradually improve throughout 2012.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal?
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2011-10-27 IBM names first female CEO
IBM CEO Sam Palmisano is passing on the reins of the company to Virginia "Ginni" Rometty, the first time the technology giant will have a female CEO at its helm.
2011-11-30 HP's McKinney discusses WebOS, innovation
When Leo Apotheker announced HP's plan of killing its WebOS business, HP exec Phil McKinney started re-thinking his future and decided to retire from the company he served for nine years.
2011-12-12 HP to offer WebOS as open source
HP will be contributing its WebOS to the open source community. The move suggests that the company was not able to find a buyer for its mobile operating system.
2015-09-16 HP to axe up to 30,000 jobs
As part of a plan to save billions in annual costs, Hewlett-Packard is cutting another 25,000 to 30,000 employees. The move comes as the company prepares to split into two separate businesses later this year.
2015-05-25 HP sales plummet, closes China deal
Overall revenues were down 7 per cent from the same quarter last year to $25.45 billion, and profits slid to $1.01 billion from $1.27 billion a year ago.
2012-02-03 HP leads the path to terabyte backplane
The path to a terabyte/second optical bus is one step toward the vision of future systems architectures. Engineers need to embrace the new technologies to deal with the coming flood of digital data.
2013-11-28 HP bets high on 3D printers to spark growth
The computer and printer company aims to release consumer and industrial-grade 3D printers in 2014, leveraging its massive paper printing business.
2014-10-07 HP announces split, adds 5,000 layoffs
As part of its cost management, HP increased by 5,000 the number of people it plans to lay off, bringing the total to as much as 57,000. HP, however, said the additional layoffs are not connected to its decision to split into two smaller companies.
2012-11-29 Female CEO could be next for Intel
Two of the most commonly mentioned candidates to replace Paul Otellini are women who currently head major business units at the chip firm.
2011-09-26 Bringing HP's glory days back
Once upon a time HP had its own symphony orchestra. The next HP CEO could take a cue from that history and be more of a conductor and less of a celebrity.
2012-05-22 Another round of job cuts for HP
The job cuts are said to reduce costs for the company as well as continue HP's restructuring plans and help the company contend with the decreasing demand for computers and services.
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