HP Faces Trouble on Every Side Ahead of Earnings Report

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

Apple Poaches Xerox CFO

Xerox Corp. Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri is beginning 2013 with a new job. At Apple.

Tech Scores on Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women List: Gates, Sandberg, Mayer and More

Sandberg, Mayer, Gates and more rate.

HP Sails Into Perfect Storm for Printers

Sales of printers, ink and paper are all heading south, and that has already showed up in the results of four major printer vendors. One has yet to report this quarter: Hewlett-Packard.

Debt Markets Aren’t Only Worried About HP, but Dell and Others, Too

Think HP and Dell are a long way from the kinds of trouble facing Nokia and Kodak? The credit markets say otherwise.

Someone Is Getting Really Nervous About HP’s Debt

HP’s lenders are paying five times more to for insurance against the possibility of a default than they did a year ago.

A Scanner for All Seasons

For serious scanning needs, Xerox’s Mobile Scanner beats a smartphone app or pocket-sized scanner.

Seven Questions About Printing for Lexmark CEO Paul Rooke

Lexmark may be significantly smaller by revenue than its biggest rival, but it is still able to win business away from its larger rivals — and keep those customers.


Xerox Profit Rises 28 Percent on Service-Segment Growth

Xerox Corp.’s third-quarter profit jumped 28 percent on strength in its technology services and color-printers businesses.


2011 Technology Innovation Awards

If you think start-ups have a monopoly on innovation, think again. Some of the world’s biggest companies are among the winners of The Wall Street Journal’s Technology Innovation Awards this year.

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Firms Jockey for Space in Services

Cisco Snags Tandberg for $3 Billion