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  • HP CEO Hunt for Growth Seen Weighing on Bonds After Rally

    Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman, who rewarded stock and bond investors in 2013, may soon be pressured to make acquisitions that favor shareholders over those owning her company’s debt.

  • Hewlett-Packard Revenue Tops Estimates on Server Demand

    Hewlett-Packard Co. reported fiscal first-quarter sales and profit that topped analysts’ estimates as the personal-computer maker won new orders for corporate machines and servers to run data centers.

  • Cisco Third-Quarter Sales Forecast May Miss Some Estimates

    Cisco Systems Inc. forecast sales for the fiscal third quarter that may miss some analysts’ estimates amid weakness in emerging markets and a slump in demand from telecommunications-service providers.

  • Kreher Says HP’s Autonomy Claims Cover for Bad Purchase

    Bill Kreher, an analyst at Edward Jones, said Hewlett-Packard Co. is accusing software maker Autonomy Corp. of falsified finances to deflect from a badly executed acquisition.

  • Cisco Forecasts Sales That Miss Some Analysts’ Estimates

    Cisco Systems Inc. forecast sales this quarter that missed analysts’ most optimistic projections, citing growth challenges in China and Europe and the prospect of lackluster government demand for networking equipment.

  • Cisco Cutting Jobs as Revenue Forecast Misses Estimates

    Cisco Systems Inc., the biggest maker of networking equipment, said it’s cutting about 5 percent of its workforce after issuing a fiscal first-quarter sales forecast that missed most analysts’ estimates.

  • Cisco Rises as Profit Tops Estimates on Price Reductions

    Cisco Systems Inc., the biggest maker of computer networking equipment, rose the most in almost three months after its profit topped analysts’ estimates, price reductions helped spur sales and cost cuts kept margins intact.

  • Dell Deadline Looms to Win Over Investors on Buyout Deal

    Michael Dell’s planned buyout of the personal-computer maker he founded isn’t in the bag yet.

  • Apple Stock Jumps as Jobs Vows `Extraordinary' Devices

    Apple Inc. rose to a record in Nasdaq trading after profit almost doubled last quarter and Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs tantalized investors with the promise of “extraordinary” new products.      The doubling of the stock in the past year already has made Apple the third-most valuable company in the U.S. and today’s gains bring it closer to the No. 2, rival Microsoft Corp. Apple jumped 6 percent on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

  • HP Profit Forecast Misses Some Estimates on PC Slump

    Hewlett-Packard Co. issued a forecast for fiscal fourth-quarter profit that missed some analysts’ estimates, and Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman rescinded a projection for growth in fiscal 2014 as ebbing demand for personal computers and lower business spending hamper her turnaround efforts.

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