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Oct 9, 2013

HP CEO expects revenue stability in 2014; shares climb

SAN JOSE, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Hewlett Packard Co Chief
Executive Meg Whitman expects revenue to stabilize in 2014 with
“pockets of growth” before the business accelerates again in
2015, sending the stock up as much as 9.5 percent on Wednesday.

Whitman’s comments to analysts at an annual investor
briefing eased Wall Street’s concerns about her multiyear
turnaround program. They helped the shares recoup some of their
20-percent loss since August, when the CEO warned that growth in
2014 was unlikely.

Oct 9, 2013

HP CEO sees revenue stabilizing in 2014; stock jumps

SAN JOSE, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Hewlett Packard Co Chief
Executive Meg Whitman said on Wednesday she expected revenue to
“stabilize” in 2014 and business to accelerate again in 2015,
sparking the stock to jump as much as 9.5 percent.

Whitman’s comments to analysts at the company’s annual
investor briefing eased concerns about her multiyear turnaround
program. Whitman said she was comfortable with the progress of
her plan.

Oct 9, 2013
Oct 9, 2013

Take HP’s slide personally, CEO Whitman tells employees

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Hewlett-Packard Co was removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average a month ago, Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman sent an impassioned email to the company’s 300,000-plus employees.

“I hope that every HP employee took today’s announcement personally,” she said in the one-page internal memo on September 10.

Oct 8, 2013
Oct 8, 2013
Oct 8, 2013

Analysis: Take HP’s slide personally, CEO Whitman tells employees

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Hewlett-Packard Co was removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average a month ago, Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman sent an impassioned email to the company’s 300,000-plus employees.

“I hope that every HP employee took today’s announcement personally,” she said in the one-page internal memo on September 10.

Oct 8, 2013
Oct 8, 2013

Nest Labs gets into talking smoke detectors

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Nest Labs has a new gadget to sell and it’s another little-noticed, pedestrian home device: smoke detectors.

The Silicon Valley startup that elevated the lowly thermostat with attention-grabbing designs is now launching a $129 “Nest Protect,” a smoke and carbon monoxide detector that speaks and responds to hand gestures.

Oct 4, 2013

Memories of Facebook cloud Twitter’s IPO

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Facebook Inc was preparing to go public last year, the telephones at Granite Investment Advisors rang off the hook as clients called about the social media’s company’s highly anticipated debut.

In stark contrast, the investment company has not fielded any calls about Twitter as of Friday morning.

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