Commentary: Hewlett Packard Made A Tough Decision, But The Right OneRobert D. Hof
When Lewis E. Platt stepped in as chief of Hewlett-Packard Co. in 1992, he expounded a smart-sounding, if techie, vision called HP=MC2. The idea: to combine measurement, computing, and communications technologies into an unbeatable set of blockbuster products.
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