Sunday, October 5, 2014

Hewlett-Packard to split in two, spinning off its PC and printer business.

A. Spokesman

H-P

  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
  • Throwing in printers!
Yes, we’re splitting into two companies. And no, this is completely different than the strategy that got Leo fired three years ago. This is Meg's strategy.