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B. 2015-03-02 HP buys Aruba Networks in biggest deal since 2011 Sunnyvale
2014-10-06 HP officially confirms it will split up HP
D. 2014-10-05 HP to split into two businesses HP
E. 2012-11-20 HP: Deception behind $8.8 billion charge HP
5. 2011-08-18 HP buying Autonomy, dropping webOS HP
6. 2010-09-12 HP Buying ArcSight For $1.5B HP
H. 2010-08-26 HP blasts back with new bid for 3Par HP
I. 2010-08-23 HP tries to outbid rival Dell for 3Par HP

HP to split into two businesses  One business includes its PC and printer businesses and another firm will sell products like data center hardware and services for corporati... HP: Deception behind $8.8 billion charge  4th-quarter write-down was largely due to the alleged accounting fraud at British software maker Autonomy Corp HP buying Autonomy, dropping webOS  Hewlett-Packard Co. is planning a sweeping overhaul of its businesses, agreeing to buy Autonomy Corp. for $10.3 billion HP Buying ArcSight For $1.5B  Wall Street Journal: The company is nearing a deal to buy security software provider at about $43.34 per share Dell cedes data-storage maker 3Par to HP
HP buys Aruba Networks in biggest deal since 2011  Sunnyvale: Hewlett-Packard is buying wireless networking company for about $2.7 billion. Aruba makes Wi-Fi networking systems for shopping malls HP officially confirms it will split up

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  Meg Whitman will become CEO and president of HP Enterprise. Dion Weisler, VP of printing and personal systems division, will become CEO of HP Inc.

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  Fremont: Dell won't match HP's offer to pay $33 per share, or about $2.07 billion, after 3Par it had received Dell's revised offer of $32 per share

  The deal will see HP pay $5.70 for every Palm common share. Counting Palm's cash and debt, HP's offer values the company at $1.2 billion

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Nov.11 HP to buy 3Com for $2.7B; ups guidance
  Hewlett-Packard is buying the networking company. HP raised its 2010 guidance and reported preliminary quarterly earnings that topped forecasts

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May.12 HP in talks to buy Electronic Data Systems
  Hewlett-Packard is in advanced talks to buy Electronic Data Systems for about $12 billion to compete with IBM in the business info. Technology

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Jul.23 HP to Buy Opsware for $1.6 Billion  HP is offering $14.25 per share in cash in a tender offer for data center automation software company

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Jul.25 HP to buy Mercury Interactive for $4.5b
  Mountain View: The all-cash price works out to $52 per share, a 33% premium above Mercury's closing price of $39 in the over-the-counter market

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Sep.20 HP set to buy a pair of firms

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Jul.21 'Poison pill' policy to ward off suitors
Apr.3 Compaq integration `largely complete'

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Dec.11 Impressive Progress After Merger
Aug.19 Business PC Market Deal with HP. AMD Jul.30 HP Turned Down PWC Merger Again May.7 SJ Arena going to be HP Pavilion Merger Layoffs Will Hit At Least 15,000  CEO Carly Fiorina says she will try to keep the lid on layoffs May.3 Compaq acquisition officially closed  Investors will receive 0.6325 shares of HP for every Compaq share they own. Ticker symbol will change from HWP to HPQ Apr.30 Judge rules Compaq deal can continue  A judge cleared Hewlett-Packard of allegations it acted improperly in the vicious proxy fight over the acquisition Apr.17 Independent: investors approve vote  51.4% of those cast, were voted in favor of acquisition of Compaq, though the result still is not final Apr.10 'Extraordinary' steps before merger vote Apr.1 Merger opponent Hewlett not in board Mar.28 Walter Hewlett sues HP Mar.19 CEO claims victory in merger vote
  Dissident board member W. Hewlett insisted the vote remained too close to call
 The turbulent shareholder meeting drew more than 2,000 mom-and-pop investors, current and past Hewlett-Packard employees. The 15,000 layoffs that are expected if the deal goes through. HP shares fell 45 cents, more than 2 percent, to $18.80
Mar.18 Last-minute bids for support on vote Mar.17 Merger contest too close to call Mar.14 2 more big investors shun merger Mar.6 Regulators Approve HP-Compaq Deal  Antitrust regulators have given their okay to the biggest merger in high tech history Mar.5 Research firm recommends merger  A highly influential proxy research firm recommended investors to approve the proposed $22 billion acquisition of Compaq

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Dec.7 Packard Foundation against merger
Nov.6 Founder family oppose Compaq deal  The family and foundation of William Hewlett will vote their 5% stake against the takeover Sep.3 HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
  The new company with annual earnings of $3.9 billion and 145,000 employees would rival IBM

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