VMware Inc. rose the most in more than four years after the software maker reported second-quarter sales and profit that exceeded analysts’ projections, helped by customers’ renewal of multiyear licenses.
Hewlett-Packard Co. dropped the most in six months after the company’s fiscal second-quarter profit forecast fell short of analysts’ estimates as consumers curtailed personal-computer purchases.
Cathie Lesjak , who took over Hewlett- Packard Co. temporarily after Mark Hurd quit last week, inherited a growth slowdown and a senior staff who may be distracted by jockeying for the top job.
HTC Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. and a host of smaller handset makers are at risk of losing their cachet after Google Inc. buys Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.
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