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HP Enterprise Strikes $8.8 Billion Deal With Micro Focus for Software Assets
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HP Enterprise Strikes $8.8 Billion Deal With Micro Focus for Software Assets

Chief Executive Meg Whitman is focusing the group on a few areas such as networking, storage and technology services since it separated last year from computer and printer maker HP Inc.
Oracle Ordered to Pay HP $3 Billion in Itanium Case
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Oracle Ordered to Pay HP $3 Billion in Itanium Case

Oracle said it would appeal the verdict.
HP Enterprise to Merge IT Services Unit With Computer Sciences
Mergers and Acquisitions

HP Enterprise to Merge IT Services Unit With Computer Sciences

HPE is expected to have $33 billion in annual revenue after the spinoff and will concentrate on its remaining enterprise group that includes its cloud services business and makes servers, routers and switches.
Millions of Diet Coke Bottles Are Getting Some Love From HP
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Millions of Diet Coke Bottles Are Getting Some Love From HP

The personal computer and printer specialist inked a deal with The Coca-Cola Company to print custom designs on Diet Coke bottles.
HP Faces Counter Suit From Autonomy's Mike Lynch Over $11 Billion Deal
Legal Issues

HP Faces Counter Suit From Autonomy's Mike Lynch Over $11 Billion Deal

The CEO is suing HP for $150 million in damages accusing the company of making false and negligent statement about him.
Hewlett-Packard Is Planning Massive Job Cuts
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Hewlett-Packard Is Planning Massive Job Cuts

The tech company expects to slash about 10 percent of its workforce over the next three years as it adjusts to falling demand.
HP Pays $100 Million to Settle Shareholder Lawsuit Over Autonomy Acquisition
Legal Issues

HP Pays $100 Million to Settle Shareholder Lawsuit Over Autonomy Acquisition

The tech company was accused of making 'false and misleading' statements about Autonomy's value.
HP to Sell Image-Sharing Service Snapfish
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HP to Sell Image-Sharing Service Snapfish

The company is being sold to District Photo for an undisclosed sum.
Autonomy's Former Execs Fight Back After HP Sues for $5.1 Billion
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Autonomy's Former Execs Fight Back After HP Sues for $5.1 Billion

Years after the deal between HP and Autonomy soured, the fallout continues.
Four Hewlett-Packard Patents Ruled Invalid in Lawsuit
Patents

Four Hewlett-Packard Patents Ruled Invalid in Lawsuit

A federal judge in California has deemed the tech company's patents as too abstract.
Under Pressure: 7 CEOs With Huge Hurdles to Overcome This Year
Leadership

Under Pressure: 7 CEOs With Huge Hurdles to Overcome This Year

From Yahoo's Marissa Mayer to Uber's Travis Kalanick, these top execs have their work cut out for them in 2015.
Claire Zillman
Turns Out Apple Didn't Start in a Garage After All
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Turns Out Apple Didn't Start in a Garage After All

Steve Wozniak shatters the myth of Apple as a garage company. Not that it matters much.
Ray Hennessey
HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer
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HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer

The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.
The Transformative Leadership Styles of 3 Top Female CEOs
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The Transformative Leadership Styles of 3 Top Female CEOs

For the first time, women have taken the reins of some of the world's largest corporations. The challenges they face are anything but new.
Tor Constantino