Whitman says the business is stabilizing overall, with some strong spots and some weak spots.
HP’s earnings are a bellwether for the tech economy. The company slightly missed FYQ3 estimates.
Of the 500 leaders of the biggest companies in America, just 28 are on Twitter. A few more, 38, are on Facebook. And five lonely CEOs frequent the circles on Google+. But 140 are on LinkedIn.
Whitman takes a swing at Dell for “completely cratering” its earnings.
HP hasn’t been participating in the explosive growth of mobile devices.
CEO Meg Whitman was cautiously optimistic about the results.
Today, Autonomy is being investigated for misrepresenting its sales and accounting prior to the acquisition by Britain’s accounting watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council.
A lot of things were said in 2012, but few of them were as funny, interesting, or profound as the quotes from these tech luminaries.
HP’s failed acquisition of Autonomy is arguably even worse than the AOL-Time Warner merger in 2000. What’s more, the company ignored a long list of warning signs about Autonomy ahead of the acquisition.
Editor’s Pick Can we all just agree now that HP is toast? Well … almost.
HP’s former CEO cleanly avoids blame over missing Autonomy’s accounting issues.
The female executives on the list span a variety of industries from enterprise technology to retail. Given the amount of media attention paid to technology companies of late, it’s no surprise that Silicon Valley-based CEO’s dominate the list.
HP doesn’t plan on getting back into the smartphone market until 2014, but does the company even have that much time?
Everything you need to know about the iconic Silicon Valley company Hewlett Packard you can learn in this chart.
HP is working to revamp its PC design, as the company loses ground to Apple, Lenovo, and the post-PC era.
HP may have failed at smartphones once before, but the company knows it can’t be absent from the market for long.
HP saw an acceleration of departures of employees in its most recent quarter.
HP reported its biggest loss in history today
HP’s loss is expected to be a whopping $9 billion.
Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman said today that consumers are printing fewer photos. That’s why the company’s Imaging and Printing division saw sales drop 10 percent in the quarter.
Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman said in a conference call with analysts that she is “cautiously optimistic” that the company’s financial results are stabilizing.
Stung by its failures in the mobile computing business, Hewlett-Packard said it would cut 27,000 jobs today. That amounts to 8 percent of its 325,000-person work force.
Hewlett-Packard is expected to announce a big reorganization today that will combine its printing and PC divisions under a single group, according to AllThingsD.
It’s not a great day for HP employees. The company just announced it has laid off 275 employees from its webOS division, The Verge reported.
After shopping webOS around to major companies like Amazon and Qualcomm, HP has decided to make the platform available to the open source community, the company announced today.
HP has acquired German print and cloud solutions company Hiflex for an undisclosed sum, the company announced today.
New HP CEO Meg Whitman has a tough decision about what to do with webOS, so she’s given herself a little more breathing room by saying the final call will come in two weeks.
Meg Whitman said Hewlett-Packard wants to grow more organically in the future.
Hewlett-Packard will get “back to business fundamentals” in 2012, said Meg Whitman, the newly appointed chief executive of the world’s largest technology company, in a conference call with analysts today.
Tech giantHewlett-Packard reported better than expected earnings today, beating expectations despite a tough world economy and fierce competition.
Hewlett-Packard will report earnings today for the first quarter since Meg Whitman took over as chief executive of the technology industry giant in September.
[vimeo 31273554 w=640 h=360] This week, IBM named its first-ever female CEO, Virginia Rometty.
[Update: HP has since said this is an "unfounded rumor."]
HP will be keeping its PC division after all, according to a press released put out by the company today.
IBM named its new president and chief executive today, Virginia Rometty, who will also serve on the company’s board of directors.
Editor's Pick Mobile marketplace Zaarly announced today that Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman is joining its board of directors, and that it’s getting a $14 million investment led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers.
Hewlett-Packard said that its longtime tech expert Shane Robison will retire on Nov. 1. Robison is the executive vice president and chief strategy and technology officer at HP.