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Can We Trust Hewlett-Packard?

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Just when it seemed that Hewlett-Packard’s new management team led by CEO Leo Apotheker had a growing and solidifying technology agenda that included mobile computing, yesterday it all changed.

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Comments (1)
Do you consider the EDS acquisition to be "sizeable?" It would clearly go directly to HP's strategy du jour. But, how much effective EDS is left to have any positive impact?
Posted by Paul W | Wednesday, August 24 2011 at 11:00AM ET
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