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how I'm happy to see University of Phoenix having trouble, they are nothing but a rip off
"10 clunkers that sunk in value", huh? I expect poor grammar from a celebrity gossip site, but not the stock market page.
"10 clunkers that SANK in value" is correct. Whoever does your headlines is appalling.
I don't have anything to say bad about either of those companies. I am sorry to learn Best Buy and HP seem to be doing badly. On a more positive note, I have an HP laptop with Windows7 installed and so far it's been working fine. My old laptop is Hp, too. It was working fine until I damaged it.
AMD doesn't belong on this list. If I was to build a PC I would be using AMD processor to build it. I also like ATI video graphics, so they are AMD too.
HP make some of the best laser printers out there, but other brands are giving them a run for the money. My wife uses one of their laptops and no problems either.
Best Buy? I don't have the problems that some have there and I've actually gotten some good deals there.
I think this is more a sign of the times out in the economy and the weaker companies are going to fail.
I m hoping HP will get it right . THEY WILL . I m new on computers especially owning one 14 months. This model is HP , iit s a demo model from a store I trust . I known of HP printers for years . I rarely saw a repairman or tech servicing them . I trust that , quality . Sept of 2011 time of purchase . 8 months later a problem started to develop I sent it to HP ,. came back problem solved . ..Not so symptoms worsening .This time I also had a virus . sent it back . Main problem solved . Over the phone They took me thru necessary step n guided me to clearing ALL "glitches & virus ,etc . " Out of the box state . "WOW I never knew about the machine s actual startup procedures . HP s staff of engineers were courteous and well versed and patient with me and taught a few things . I called the virus companies & such . Rita whose last mane i forgot I spoke with 2x , was a godsend . I learned a lot from her about the machine s that day . ..If the top level folks are like that on a business level ., then no sweat . HP will bounce back . OH YES > The HP tech crews I spoke to and helped , are here in America ,
: La Verne , Tenn . Guitar Dave
HP is going down for a reason, horrible nightmarish products and customer service that just aggravates you and pushes the customer away. It has been proven that a companies success is rendered through repetitive business and great customer service. HP failed time and time again to properly handle issues with their products and technical support. This is why they are sinking and will keep sinking unless they figure out a way to get back all the customers they scammed.
Yes, it's true that we must keep our own companies here in America and render everything we can in our own country to solve our financial and moral issues, but the unprofessionalism and greed has gone too far and now we are enduring the fruits of our labor just as HP is enduring theirs. I hope that Hp gets it together because they owe a lot of people and it's time to pay up!!! I was scammed by this company big time and I speak from experience just like the millions of people all around the country that have come forward to expose HP!!!
My purchase of a $3,500 dollar laptop turned into a hellish nightmare for 3 years. The laptop went in for a minor cosmetic repair on the screen and it came back to me with a downgraded mother board, less Ram memory than before and lots of performance issues. After 3 years of being with them on the phone and constantly being transferred to other techs that had no knowledge about service. They would do this until you became so mentally sick and would just give up. I believe it was their policy to get rid of complaining customers by transferring you to so many people that it finally became unbearable to deal with. The lead them out the backdoor policy!!!! I hope Hp learns a valuable lesson from this.
Meg Whitman canned over 27,00 workers within her first year at HP. They don't call her mini Mitt for nothing.
"She has been at the helm of HP for almost a year now, and nobody is saying that HP wasn’t a troubled company, or that turning it around would be easy. But her future plans for the company sounded a bit vague on this week’s
[W]hen we look at 2013, we’re going to tumble all of the pluses and the minuses. We’re going to put in the investments that we think are required, and yet we have to have a cost structure that allows us to win in the marketplace. So, we’ll have a crisp view of that by 2013.”
“Crisp view?” Is that oligarch-speak for “bumpy ride?”
If she does indeed know where she’s going, she’s doing a crappy job of communicating it — a critically important quality in someone who wanted a job inspiring confidence in voters. “Governor Meg” was a bullet well-dodged."
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