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Computer giant Hewlett-Packard to slash 27000 jobs by October 2014
Hewlett-Packard, the world's largest maker of personal computers, has announced plans to cut 27,000 jobs. The move, which will affect about 8 per cent of the company's 350,000-strong workforce, will form part of a cost-cutting drive aimed at saving up ...
HP's CEO says layoffs critical to company's health
"Workforce reductions are never easy," HP CEO Meg Whitman told analysts on a conference call Wednesday. "They adversely impact people's lives, but in this case they are absolutely critical for the long-term health of the company." HP's revenue was down ...
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Hewlett-Packard Confirms Agency Selection
Hewlett-Packard, after considering a bevy of non-roster shops to handle global advertising for its personal computers, has selected BBDO, a roster shop that already creates ads for printers and corporate image efforts, according to sources. Global ...
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HP Layoffs: Company To Cut 27000 Jobs To Save Up To $3.5 Billion Annually
SAN FRANCISCO - Hewlett-Packard Co. is cutting 27,000 jobs in an effort to recover from management missteps that hobbled the Silicon Valley pioneer as its rivals raced ahead with more innovative products and services.
CITY FOCUS: Hewlett-Packard cuts threaten Autonomy jobs  This is Money
HP seeks return to its R&D roots  Financial Times
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HP Announces 27000 Layoffs in Major Restructuring Effort
Whitman said HP's consumer-facing business continues to struggle, though some of that bottom-line impact has been offset by relatively stable sales of server and storage products to commercial customers that should bounce back more fully now that the ...
As Computing Changes, Hewlett-Packard Struggles to Follow  New York Times
Autonomy founder to leave HP  Financial Times
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HP's top 10 stumbles and scandals
MAKER OF EXPENSIVE PRINTER INK HP has just announced that it will shed 27,000 employees over the next two years, and for some reason this brings to mind a number of the company's other major missteps and disasters over the years. Here's our list of ...
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HP Job Cuts: Company Announces 27000
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY AND SUBSIDIARIES ADJUSTMENTS TO GAAP NET EARNINGS, EARNINGS FROM OPERATIONS, OPERATING MARGIN AND EARNINGS PER SHARE (Unaudited) (In millions except per share amounts) Three Three ...
Hewlett-Packard Scores a Second Quarter Beat; 27000 Jobs To Be Cut  All Things Digital
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As Whitman cranks up HP layoff machine, company could top 120000 layoffs ...
Back in 2010, I spent considerable time trying to figure out just how many job cuts Hewlett-Packard had announced over the past decade.
Hewlett-Packard Said to Consider Cutting as Many as 25000 Jobs  Bloomberg
Hewlett-Packard to Cut 30000 Jobs  New York Times
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Hewlett Packard's No Good, Terrible May: Layoffs And Tax Losses
Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman sounded pretty chipper this week about the future of the company. She spoke effusively about how well things were going.
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HP Employees Paint A Scary Picture Of One Of HP's Biggest Business Units
A good chunk of the next round of layoffs could be coming from a part of HP ES known as the Business Process Outsourcing unit, sources at HP ES believe. HP has been talking about selling the unit or shutting it down, our sources say. This unit lets big ...
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