The No. 1 PC maker is testing investors' patience while its CEO overhauls operations.
Stocks are down on disappointing domestic and international economic data.
HP and Dell are on their way to being the next Digital Equipment and Data General.
Applications for unemployment insurance rise unexpectedly. Sales of new homes climb. Weak economic reports out of Europe and China overshadow hopes for more Fed stimulus. HP's shares slip after its revenue misses forecasts.
Does the surprise decision by CEO Klaykos to quit remove obstacle for the sale of the company?
The No. 1 computer maker sees PC sales drop 10% and lowers guidance for the full year.
Technology that worked well in one era is often considered a weakness in the next.
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