HP announces plans to cut 9,000 employees by 2022

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The plan stems from incoming CEO Enrique Lores
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The plan stems from incoming CEO Enrique Lores

The cuts represent more than 15 per cent of the company's global workforce

HP's incoming CEO, Enrique Lores, has already made his mark on the company - by announcing as many as 9,000 job cuts. Lores, who will replace Dion Weisler as HP CEO on 1st November after previously...

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