HP's Whitman moves swiftly to retain PC division

Sooraj Shah
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HP needs to become more relevant, says analyst

HP's new CEO Meg Whitman has said that the company will keep its PC division, overturning former chief executive Leo Apotheker's plan to spin it off and marking a change in direction for the techno...

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