After Two Turbulent Augusts, HP Shareholders Hope for an Uneventful One This Time

Last year was the $8 billion EDS write-off. Two years ago was Autonomy and the PC-spinoff try. Any surprises this time?

More Questions About HP’s Business for CEO Meg Whitman

She drills down on the challenges and opportunities facing HP’s numerous business units.

Amid Tech Slowdown, HP CEO Whitman Under Pressure to Show Progress

Worries that success seen last quarter was a fluke.

HP Faces Trouble on Every Side Ahead of Earnings Report

After so much bad news from competitors, it’s hard to be optimistic.

IBM Knows When to Acquire and When to Divest

Also, Big Blue bets bigger than before on Big Data.

HP Did “Better Than We Expected We Would,” Whitman Says

A happier tone.

HP Hires, or Rather Re-Hires, New Sales Head of Enterprise Services

Larry Stack, an eight-year EDS veteran, is back.

No, HP Will Not Be Selling Autonomy or EDS or Anything Else

But the number of people who want to buy is growing.

“The Narrative Lags the Reality” in HP Turnaround Effort, CEO Whitman Says (Video)

Patience, patience, patience.

Dell Services Head Schuckenbrock Resigns Suddenly

Out the door before he could really get started.

HP Shares Tumble on Dismal 2013 Outlook

HP Names Ex-SAP Chief Apotheker as CEO