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Will HP Bottom Out Any Time Soon?

A lot of tech investors are watching Hewlett-Packard Co. closely, waiting for it to bottom out. The question is whether it ever recovers once it hits bottom.

Ousted Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci Cleaned Up on His Way Out

Gianfranco Lanci walked away from Acer with $42.9 million in severance — double what HP paid Carly Fiorina following her ouster.

The Aircraft Carrier Hewlett-Packard Begins Its Turn (Video)

The turnaround process is about 10 percent to 15 percent complete, CEO Meg Whitman says. That leaves a lot of turning yet to do.

Investors Punish Hewlett-Packard Over Shake-Up

Investors and analysts pass judgement on HP’s reorganization: They don’t like it.

Video: Former CEO Carly Fiorina Gives Tentative Thumbs-Up to HP Shake-Up

What does Carly Fiorina think about last week’s HP moves — which might be seen as undoing her legacy? Someone, naturally, put her in front of a camera and asked.

HP's New CEO Has a Big Day Planned, and a Bigger Job Ahead

Hewlett-Packard CEO Léo Apotheker makes his all-important debut before the press and Wall Street analysts today. Much will be said about the new corporate strategy he lays out, but his most important task will be convincing all concerned that he’s the man for the job.

Is This the HP Board That Will Allow Us to Stop Thinking About HP’s Board?

Drama in the boardroom at Hewlett-Packard during the last decade has often overshadowed the company itself. Perhaps yesterday’s sudden shake-up will bring that to an end.

California Not So Golden for Silicon Valley Techie GOP Candidates Whitman and Fiorina

After all Meg Whitman’s money and all those demon sheep thrown by Carly Fiorina, polls right now are showing that it is unlikely that either of them is going to emerge victorious in tomorrow’s elections in California. And while both candidates drastically oversold their business credentials as just the thing the troubled state needs, it seems the magic of tech in California does not necessarily transfer to voter enthusiasm quite so neatly.

HP’s Own CEO Candidates Unlikely to Seek Freedom After Passover

Hewlett-Packard’s decision to name Léo Apotheker as its new CEO hasn’t gone over particularly well with investors, who dragged the company’s stock into the mud this morning. At $40.50, HP shares are down 3.76 percent as I write this. So how is it going over internally, particularly with those execs who’d been internal candidates for the job?

The Fleeting Fickleness of IT.

HP Mulls Printer-PC Group Re-Fiorinazation

HP to Merge PC and Printing Divisions?

John McCain and Barack Obama Talk Tech

GOP's Newest Platform: Techno-Ignorance

GOP’s Newest Platform: Techno-Ignorance