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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."
"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.
how I'm happy to see University of Phoenix having trouble, they are nothing but a rip off
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