You can't buy stocks based on nostalgia, on hope or on faith. But that's about all Hewlett-Packard has to offer investors. If the company has a destination, what is it?
The search giant is the biggest company in the world that doesn't return cash to shareholders, but that could change.
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Tired of constantly dying batteries, she came up with a device that could revolutionize energy storage -- and won $50,000 from Intel.
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