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HP Lays Off 5,000 More Employees

12/31/2013 00:00 AM EST
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MeasurementBlues
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Re: Happy new year
MeasurementBlues   1/1/2014 11:50:29 AM
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"They need to dump Microsoft."

Adn replace it with what?

vandamme0
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Re: Happy new year
vandamme0   1/1/2014 11:44:50 AM
They need to dump Microsoft.

MeasurementBlues
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Happy new year
MeasurementBlues   1/1/2014 12:36:57 AM
Well, 2014 should be a great year for HP. It's stock price will rise now that it's put all those people out of works. Is this the Bill and dave way?



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Re: HP Lays Off 5.000 More Employees
AZskibum   12/31/2013 10:12:56 PM
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Is it still great compared to what it used to be?

docdivakar
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Re: HP Lays Off 5.000 More Employees
docdivakar   12/31/2013 8:18:28 PM
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It is sad and ironic that this had to happen on the 75th anniversary of the company!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hewlett-Packard

I suppose the $538 the duo invested in founding the company in a garage went a long way... it is still a great company!

MP Divakar

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