Can HP Innovate? Yes, When It Comes to Brain Drains

The Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services unit in Plano, Texas Photograph by Michael Fuentes/Bloomberg

Some brain drains occur when a company that’s going through rough times or regime changes loses a few executives and talented engineers. Then there’s what has happened to Hewlett-Packard over the past two years—one of the great brain drains in corporate history, in which the company lost north of 120 of its top executives.

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