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Shares rises percent on profit jump  Shares rose nearly 4% after the computer maker reported a 34% gain in quarterly earnings Flaws that could affect computers  Intel and Hewlett-Packard reported manufacturing and design flaws Linux-based notebook launched  Hewlett-Packard will be the first major PC maker to ship a notebook computer pre-installed with the open-source software 3rd-quarter earnings below expectations
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Shares fall 3% despite higher earnings  Analysts remained cautious about Hewlett-Packard Co.'s ability to outperform technology rivals Dell and IBM HP Servers Using AMD Microchip  Hewlett-Packard will sell server computers that run on Opteron microprocessors, a cheaper alternative to Intel chips Program Aimed at HP Customers  A program originally aimed at customers of Alpha chip-based computers is to include those used HP's version of the Unix Moves in Digital Rights Management  HP had licensed content protection technology from Intel and developed copy protection technology with Philips CalPERS withholds votes  The nation's largest public pension fund is withholding votes from 5 board members at Hewlett-Packard Directors re-elected despite concern  Shareholders re-elected all 9 members of the computer maker's board despite concern from pension fund HP sues rival for patent infringement  Hewlett-Packard is alleging Gateway refused to pay licensing fees on six HP patented designs Built-To-Order Gaming PC  Hewlett-Packard is seeking to take advantage of the fast-growing video game market Profit jumps 34%, but analysts cautious
Court: HP had right to fire employee  Hewlett-Packard had the right to fire an employee who posted messages at his cubicle to protest the diversity policy HP to Sell Own Version of Apple iPod  Hewlett-Packard will soon sell a digital music player based on wildly popular iPod player Opteron-Based Servers Offerred  Hewlett-Packard will begin using Advanced Micro Devices chip in server computers Profit jumps 30%

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  1st-quarter earnings report met expectations, but executives acknowledged relentless attacks from Dell and IBM

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  Hewlett-Packard Co. improved its outlook for the second half of the year

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  Computer giant reported a 9% jump in third-quarter revenues. An execution by server and storage business is 'unacceptable'
Shares slide 13% on disappointing results  High-tech giant is citing costly glitches and softer-than-expected demand for its server and storage products

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Nov.23 $200 million hit for staff reductions
  Hewlett-Packard said that the reductions in the first half of fiscal 2005 would cost roughly $200 million
Nov.30 'Virus throttling' software
  Engineers at Hewlett-Packard are working on the software that could slow the spread of viruses and worms

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