HP Rejects Xerox’s Takeover Offer
HP signaled it was open to exploring a ‘potential combination’ between the two companies.
HP to Shed up to 9,000 Jobs in Restructuring
The company is regrouping as it faces a decline in the printing business that was once its biggest moneymaker.
Customer Takes Over Vendor’s Finance Operation
The new finance chief at RPA firm UiPath, Marie Myers, was an enthusiastic user of robotic software in her previous job as global controller at HP.
The Simple Secret Behind Why Acquisitions Fail
Acquisitions are a zero-sum game: both buyer and seller need to feel they are getting a good deal. Unfortunately, buyers usually pay too much.
Desktop PC Sales Surge in HP’s Strong Quarter
"I think consistently now we've demonstrated that we've turned around our desktop business," CEO Dion Weisler says.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending June 1
La-Z-Boy, CSG Systems, Pharmaceutical Product Development, OutFront Media, Ocwen Financial, Patterson, Diversey, Orchid Paper Products, Intralinks, HP
HP Names New CFO, as LesJak Moves Into Interim COO Role
HP CEO Don Weisler said Steve Fieler, the company's new CFO, has been "in our succession planning for a very long time."
Using cost discipline, astute capital investments, and operational know-how, these 20 CFOs aim to guide their companies to a growth-filled future.
HP Spinoff Doing Its Own IT Services Spinoff
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will merge its troubled IT services unit with Computer Sciences Corp. , creating a company with $26 billion in revenue.
PC Shipments Decline 11%
Limited consumer interest, testing of Windows 10, and competition from other hardware platforms are cutting into PC sales.
HP Sales Down on Weak Printer, PC Revenue
The company plans to lay off 3,000 workers this year, producing $300 million in savings by 2017.