HP Defies PC Doldrums

World’s largest personal-computer maker sees biggest edge over Apple since 2015

HP Inc. has been bucking the PC-industry slump under Chief Executive OfficerDion Weisler, boosting its market share even as global demand for computers has dipped in the age of the smartphone. That includes expanding its lead against Bay Area rival Apple Inc. by the widest margin since 2015. HP’s Personal Systems Group division, which sells notebooks and desktops, recorded $35 billion in sales over the last 12 months, $9 billion more than what Apple’s Mac division sold.

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