Whitman’s HP Turnaround Plan Sends Shares to 10-Year Low: TechAaron Ricadela
Meg Whitman’s strategy for turning around Hewlett-Packard Co. failed to convince investors looking for speedier recovery and more sweeping change at a company struggling in everything from personal computers to technology services. The shares closed yesterday at a 10-year low.
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