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managed to deliver an earnings beat in its latest earnings call, but investors were hardly impressed by the results. HP reported a $0.90 EPS for its first-quarter of fiscal 2014, 10% better than the year-before earnings, and well above the consensus
is largely perceived as an older-generation technology company that has struggled to maintain its profitability, as consumers have shifted toward mobile devices and cloud computing. Given the fact that this is a company that continues to be primarily
are three of the largest companies in servers/hardware. This large segment might be important in the fundamental performance of other divisions within technology, meaning hardware sales might indicate whether to invest in these three companies.
stock is up an impressive 75% over the past 12 months, today's (Thursday's) earnings will tell us whether the tech pioneer can keep that momentum going in 2014. After stumbling several years ago, the company set up a five-year turnaround plan that is
made an interesting decision a few days back: It kicked many of its server customers to the curb. Upsetting customers is rarely a good thing, even for the best of companies, but for HP it's absolutely mind-boggling. In a blog that was surely expected
Welcoming the Centre's tough stand against the US Administration in the wake of the treatment meted out to a young Indian diplomat, VHP leader Pravin Togadia Tuesday suggested the need to boycott American items. "1st time UPA acts tough with US.
Hewlett-PackardEnterprising Recovery Hewlett-Packard enters recovery mode as the PC market shows signs of stability and the enterprise group shows positive growth Published: November 27 th 2013 at 8:42 am Hewlett-Packard's (HPQ) 4QFY13 results
Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ ) on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings that missed Wall Street's expectations, although its sales were better than analysts had predicted. The tech giant said it made a $1.4 billion profit on sales of $29.1 billion for its
Signs of rapidly worsening Chinese demand for IT giants IBM and Cisco Systems Inc are starting to spook Hewlett-Packard investors. HP's year-long stock rally sputtered last week amid fears a faster-than-anticipated slowdown in emerging markets, above
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