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HP to slash 24,600 jobs following EDS buy

The job cuts, which amount to 7.5 percent of the company's workforce, will come over the next three years. The restructuring program is expected to save it $1.8 billion annually.

By September 15, 2008

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Hurd's double faults leave him out at HP

Mark Hurd's abrupt departure from HP over fake expense reports and a relationship with an employee is the second major scandal on his watch in his five-year tenure at HP.

By August 6, 2010

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Tech layoffs: The scorecard

Follow the companies that are shedding workers with this live layoff tracker, which we'll continue to update as more news surfaces.

By June 16, 2009

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EDS Chief Executive Rittenmeyer to retire

Taking his place will be Joe Eazor, a current EDS senior vice president, who will report to Ann Livermore, head of HP's business technology unit.

By December 6, 2008

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Employment outlook gets murkier at tech companies

Amid a "hiring chill" in Redmond, CNET News checked in with other big tech giants on their personnel plans.

By October 3, 2008

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HP: Voodoo lives on, but 'not immune' to layoffs

The CTO of Hewlett-Packard's consumer group looks to squelch rumors sparked earlier this week about the fate of its Voodoo PC unit.

By September 24, 2008

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Web leaders on economy: Keep calm and carry on

At the Web 2.0 Expo in New York, just a stone's throw from the turmoil on Wall Street, it was hard not to notice the financial-industry meltdown.

By September 19, 2008

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Week in review: Tough times ahead for tech?

The crisis in the banking sector is likely to have a chilling effect on technology deals, but Google is bullish on its prospects. Also: video games render digital divide nonexistent.

By September 19, 2008

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Dell sees 'softening' in IT demand

PC company declines to give specifics, but says this quarter is reflecting the same conservative IT spending witnessed in the second quarter.

By September 16, 2008

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HP 'innovation' reeks of self-interest

Hewlett-Packard claims to be interested in customer innovation, but its stance toward open source doesn't bear this out.

By September 16, 2008