HP Affirms Higher-End Layoffs Figure

Hewlett-Packard Co. confirmed it has increased by 5,000 the number of layoffs it plans to implement under the restructuring plan it adopted in May 2012, bringing the expected number of job cuts to 34,000.


LG to Unveil webOS-Powered TV

South Korea’s LG Electronics Inc. will soon take the veils off a television model that will run on the webOS operating system, highlighting its ambition of creating a prominent operating system for so-called smart TVs.


HP Will Replace Verizon in Hosting HealthCare.gov Website

The Department of Health and Human Services is going to replace Verizon Communications Inc.’s Terremark subsidiary as its Web-hosting provider for the federal health-insurance marketplace, presenting a new challenge to the rollout of the Obama administration’s signature health-care initiative.


Dell Expands Alliance With Oracle

Dell Inc. unveiled an expanded global alliance with Oracle Corp. in which the companies will offer business products that combine Dell’s hardware and Oracle’s software.


H-P Seeks to Sell Stake in India’s Mphasis

Hewlett-Packard is looking to sell its stake Indian software company Mphasis in a deal it hopes will fetch at least $1 billion, a person familiar with the matter said.


U.S. Tech Giants Speak Up for China

Business groups raised alarms Thursday about a provision in the recently enacted government spending bill that makes it harder for some federal agencies to buy technology made in China.


ISS Urges “No” Votes on Three HP Directors

A major proxy-advisory firm is urging Hewlett-Packard Co. shareholders to oppose the re-election of Chairman Ray Lane and two other directors, citing lapses in supervision around the company’s $11 billion acquisition of U.K. software company Autonomy.


HP’s Board Signals Closer Oversight of CEO

Hewlett-Packard Co.’s board is investigating the company’s flawed $11 billion acquisition of software firm Autonomy Corp., and has set up an informal committee to provide strategic advice to Chief Executive Meg Whitman.


HP Moves to Head Off Investor Revolt

The board of Hewlett-Packard Co. is on the hot seat again.


HP Chief Counting on Tech Exec to Whip Cost Structure Into Shape

Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Meg Whitman, in the midst of a massive turnaround at the struggling tech company, has turned to her senior technology executive in an effort to cut $3.5 billion in costs from a bloated budget by the end of next year.


What’s Gone Wrong With HP?

In 2010, Hewlett-Packard Co.’s then-chief executive Mark Hurd boasted the company was “the largest IT company in the world” and said “we are still not to our full potential.” Two years and two CEOs later, HP is stumbling.

HP’s New Printers: A Big Launch for the Battered Company

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Start-Ups Emerge as Tech Vendors of Choice

HP, Oracle Trade Punches as Trial Gets Under Way

Tech Giants Agree to Deal on Privacy Policies for Apps

HP Offers Customers Path Away From Maligned Chip

HP Gives Activist Shareholder Board Seat

2011 Technology Innovation Awards

HP Hires Goldman to Guard Against Activists

Cellphone Patent Disputes Piling Up

HP Looks to Kitchens, Cars

HP Sues Ex-Executive Who Joined Oracle

Intel Courted HP Executive

Chief Reboots HP After Scandal