Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman, still struggling to turn around Hewlett-Packard Co., is opting for more job cuts, a move that boosted shares the most in six months.
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.
Ashley Swearengin is vying to become the first Republican since 1975 to serve as California’s controller after keeping the state’s fifth-largest city out of bankruptcy following the financial crisis.
"Ralph has been a friend and close advisor to me, the HP leadership team and every member of the board for nearly three years."
- Meg Whitman on Jul 15, 2014
IDC’s Del Prete, Bloomberg’s Johnson Discuss HP