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Hewlett-Packard stepped on the gas last year. Its enhanced performance amid the quarter energized optimism about Hewlett-Packard's late efforts to stage a turnaround.
Carly Fiorina says communication is key to her "Unlocking Potential Project." Republican women, she says, must reach out and talk to one another to push back against Democrats and what she called their "shameless" portrayal of a "war on women."
Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina told more than 200 Republican activists that the GOP needs to do better when it comes to winning the support of women.
HP looks to NFV as a strategic chance to gain major new traction in the carrier market, says Bethany Mayer, senior vice president and general manager of HP's NFV business.
Hortonworks, led by CEO Rob Bearden, raised $50 million in new funding from Hewlett-Packard as it moves towards an expected IPO sometime in 2015.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will extend its strategic partnership to integrate engineering strategies with Hortonworks Inc., the venture-backed Big Data company that is preparing to go public next year.
Despite the fact that the organization reported great development in revenue in the last reported first quarter, its earnings plunged on the excess of investments to develop the business.
I am noticing a trend lately, where CIOs from a wide array of industries including transportation, CPG, retail and financial services are making their way over to the vendor side.
Capito raised more than her opponent in the race for Senate in West Virginia. It's been a promising year for Republican women who have set out to fix their party's "woman problem," but not good enough for their bank accounts.
We pitch two companies from the technology sector, HP and Accenture, against one another in the latest installment of our Head-To-Head series.
Russia's parliament is preparing new rules in a bid to cut its reliance on foreign technology suppliers after U.S. sanctions against some of the country's largest companies, a move that could hurt sales at vendors such as Microsoft and IBM Corp. The State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament, is drafting a bill to require government agencies ... (more)
Leaders from business, government, education, churches, and the arts are among the faculty who will address Christian leaders at Willow Creek Association's 2014 Global Leadership Summit, broadcast live via satellite from Willow Creek's South Barrington, Il.
Ex-Autonomy finance chief Shushovan Hussain said Hewlett-Packard's deal with investors to sue him over its $8.8 billion loss tied to the Autonomy purchase is illegal because it shields HP executives from blame.
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