Posts tagged "Hewlett Packard"

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 →

Challenges ahead: What’s next for HP, Intel, Cisco?

There's plenty of talk about emerging companies: Messaging startup Snapchat reportedly turned down an offer to be bought by Facebook. Imgur, which allows for the sharing of images, has been called "the biggest little site in the world." Read More →

HP CEO Meg Whitman gets a raise

Hewlett-Packard disclosed in a regulatory filing Tuesday that the Palo Alto company's board has given CEO Meg Whitman a nice little pay boost -- increasing her annual base salary from $1 to $1.5 million. The raise, which took effect Read More →

HP reportedly calling workers back to the office

Will HP go the way of Yahoo — back to the office? Hewlett-Packard "needs all hands on deck," says an internal memo obtained by AllThingsD, and is asking those who telecommuted in the past to help "create a Read More →
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