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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Nik Silver tagged hp

"Mike Lynch, the founder of software company Autonomy, spoke with The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday after Hewlett-Packard alleged that Autonomy “used accounting improprieties” to inflate its underlying financial statements before H-P’s $11.1 billion acquisition in October 2011."

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"HP is extremely disappointed to find that some former members of Autonomy’s management team used accounting improprieties, misrepresentations and disclosure failures to inflate the underlying financial metrics of the company, prior to Autonomy’s acquisition by HP."

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"From Ms. Whitman’s high vantage, the trends of mobile, cloud and Big Data resolve into a single phenomenon: the creation and exploitation of Information Everywhere."

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The sad and revealing story of Palm's rise and fall: "At that time, Apple was almost singlehandedly dominating the smartphone supply chain [...] "We told HP we needed better displays [for the Pre 3]. They'd come back and say, ‘Apple bought them all. [...] The same thing happened with cameras. We'd pick a part, turns out Apple picked the same part. We were screwed left and right.""

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Very well-researched article outlining the ten years of internal fighting at the top of HP.

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It coulda bin a contender... "The code behind the mobile operating system, WebOS, is being released to open source software developers by Hewlett Packard."

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HP CEO Meg Whitman on her company's future position: “Apple does a great job. We need to improve our game and our products to take over the leadership position. Apple could go past HP in 2012. We will try to become the champion in 2013. It will take time for the products that I have influence on to make it to the market.”

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Oracle hits out at Mike Lynch of Autonomy: "After listening to Mr. Lynch’s PowerPoint slide sales pitch to sell Autonomy to Oracle, Mr. Kehring and Mr. Hurd told Mr. Lynch that with a current market value of $6 billion, Autonomy was already extremely over-priced. The Lynch shopping visit to Oracle is easy to verify. We still have his PowerPoint slides.”

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"HP’s WebOS is up in the air and we now have a new player that apparently wants to catch it: Amazon, the upstart etailer that come to dominate the e-reader market and now wants to do the same in tablets with its Kindle Fire."

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"Leo Apotheker was made the president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard on September 30, 2010. Today, just shy of a year later, he has stepped down from his post and HP’s board of directors appointed Meg Whitman as his replacement. Big surprise, right? Under the leadership of Apotheker, HP’s stock lost nearly half of its value, basically squandered Mark Hurds’ $1.2 billion investment in Palm and announced that the company was considering cancelling or spinning off its consumer PC business. In short, HP lost its way within the last 357 days."

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