Posts tagged "Hewlett Packard"

Mark Hurd on being Oracle’s co-CEO and not looking back

"It's a team," said Mark Hurd, Oracle's new co-chief executive, in an interview Friday about his working relationship with his fellow co-CEO Safra Catz and the company's co-founder Larry Ellison. On Thursday, Oracle shook the tech industry with the announcement that Read More →

Not all diversity reports are created equal

Of course, all company diversity reports are not the same. That's why this paper asked more than 30 Silicon Valley companies for the official government report they prepare annually on their workforce demographics. In a column today, I gave Read More →

Quoted: HP settlement over Autonomy purchase up in the air

"They want to destroy us through spin before the facts are tabled. If this was a multibillion-dollar fraud why were people paying us?" — Mike Lynch, former Autonomy CEO, talking about who else but Hewlett-Packard. As our own Read More →

Silicon Valley’s call for “new grad” job applicants, a barrier to older workers?

A new story by Fortune sheds light on how some tech companies may be targeting young candidates and thus discouraging older ones. It is done in a subtle way, by specifying in job ads "new" or "recent" grads, Fortune's Verne Read More →

HP will soon introduce 3D printing

During Hewlett-Packard's shareholder meeting Wednesday, CEO Meg Whitman noted that the company is planning to jump into the 3D printing business in June. The disclosure came after a shareholder asked her why HP has dragged its feet getting into that market. Read More →

Welcome Andreessen, Twitterer

Marc Andreessen, the Netscape co-founder and major Silicon Valley investor, broke his 982-day silence on Twitter, as Business Insider noted, with "Hello, hello, is this thing on?" In three days on his Twitter account, he has been Read More →
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