Hewlett-Packard Co. investors will get the chance to voice dismay over the $8.8 billion writedown of Autonomy Corp. when they’re asked to re-elect Chairman Ray Lane and other directors at an annual meeting today.
A surge in high-profile hacker attacks this year is demonstrating the limits of an older generation of security software from Symantec Corp. and McAfee Inc., putting pressure on them to revamp their product lines.
Cisco Systems Inc., the largest maker of computer-networking gear, faces fresh threats to its profit margins from a new breed of software that’s helping customers handle data traffic with fewer switches and routers.
Allot Communications Ltd. surged to a six-month high in New York on prospects the Israeli maker of technology used to track wireless traffic will benefit from a rebound in mobile provider spending in the second half of 2013.
Hewlett-Packard Co. , the biggest personal-computer maker, cut a billion dollars from its sales forecast for the year and missed analysts’ profit projections as consumers shunned PCs and services margins narrowed.
Hewlett-Packard Co. Chairman Ray Lane and two other board members were re-elected in slim majorities in a referendum that demonstrates growing dismay over the company’s performance and acquisition of Autonomy Corp.
Hewlett-Packard Co., the world’s biggest personal-computer maker, increased its quarterly dividend by 10 percent for a second-straight year amid mounting investor frustration with leadership over failed acquisitions.
After a board shakeup that investors said was overdue, Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman is seeking to use a new line of servers to jump- start a multiyear turnaround of a company that has become a symbol of corporate mismanagement.