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Profit flat in quarter  Quarterly profit on sales rose 9.9%. Interim CEO Bob Wayman says firm must improve its performance Carly Fiorina, World Bank president?  A report said the ousted chief executive officer may be on the list of possible candidates for the prestigious post Slate elected to board HP sues firms that sell refilled cartridges   Mark Hurd named as new CEO
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Alternative to transistors proposed  Researchers at Hewlett-Packard have demonstrated a technology, crossbar latches, that could replace the transistors CEO Fiorina out
HP settles patent disputes with Intergraph Board considers shifting Fiorina duties

January 2005 ... more > Top ^
  Hewlett-Packard board of directors discussed shifting some day-to-day responsibilities from CEO to other executives

February 2005 ... more > Top ^
  Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina leaving after fight with board; will walk away with $21m

March 2005 ... more > Top ^
  Hewlett-Packard named Mark Hurd, 48, the leader of the computer services company NCR to succeed Carly Fiorina
Mar.31 New chief makes his debut

May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.2 HP, EMC Settle Patent Infringement Case  Hewlett-Packard will pay EMC $325 million or buy $325 million in EMC products over the next 5 years May.18 Shares Climb After Earnings Top Views
  Hewlett Packard Co.'s shares rose 60 cents to $22.15. Forecasts lowered profit expectations May.21 15,000 could lose jobs in current quarter  CEO Mark Hurd said the company needs to reduce costs to become more competitive May.27 HP cuts digital photo prices  Hewlett-Packard is cutting the price of a regular print from its Snapfish service to as low as 10 cents

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Jun.15   Questions over CEO's stock sale  New CEO, Mark Hurd, sold thousands of shares in his old employer, just weeks before he left the Ohio firm

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1 Photons used to process data  Hewlett-Packard scientists have conducted breakthrough research in computing Jul.11 New Printer Technology Released  Computer maker plans to launch several models of low-cost, high-speed color and photo printers Jul.19 Hewlett-Packard cuts 14,500 staff
  HP is to lay off about 10% of its workers over the next 18 months as part of its long-awaited restructuring
Jul.22 HP drops 4 research groups in downsizing  Hewlett-Packard has dismantled some research groups at HP Labs, including one led by Alan Kay Jul.30 HP to stop selling iPods  Hewlett-Packard says its branded version of music player no longer fits its strategy, but it will honor warranties

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Aug.17 Quarter results surpassed expectations
  Hewlett-Packard rose $2.27 to $25.97. A one-time tax adjustment led to a sharp decrease in the earnings Aug.24 Fiorina to spill the beans  Former Hewlett-Packard CEO has signed a deal to write a book on her life and career as a high-profile executive Lucasfilm, HP in deal on games   1,000 workstations, data storage will soon provide the force behind Star Wars video games

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Sep.20 HP set to buy a pair of firms  Hewlett-Packard is unveiling plans to acquire San Diego's Peregrine Systems Inc. and AppIQ

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.14 135,000 Laptop Battery Packs Recalled  Hewlett Packard Co. is recalling the packs because of reports they overheated and melted

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Nov.18 62% drop in profit
  Larger than expected costs related to ongoing reorganization, which includes more than 15,000 layoffs

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Dec.13 Video conferencing system unveiled  Hewlett-Packard has unveiled a high-priced system that can simulate real-time, face-to-face meetings

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