But CEO Meg Whitman tells investors the software maker is entering 2015 with the "strongest portfolio" in a decade.
For its fourth quarter, Hewlett-Packard records a charge of $8.8 billion in its software unit, which had "serious accounting improprieties...and outright misrepresentations" when HP bought it.
CEO Leo Apotheker's potential ouster is only the latest symptom that the world's No. 1 PC supplier is having trouble defining its business, say analysts.
Continuity wouldn't be such a big deal for Hewlett-Packard if it didn't have to compete with IBM and Oracle daily.
Can the cloud and platform-as-a-service breathe life back into business process management? $11 million for BonitaSoft thinks yes.
The PC maker lands its storage consolation prize after its failed bid for 3Par, in which it was outbid by Hewlett-Packard.
A recent flurry of storage acquisitions (consuming 3PAR, Isilon, Compellent, and others) leaves enterprises few remaining alternatives to the largest vendors.
Two companies announced "advanced discussions" in regards to combining their businesses. Compellent is a key storage player, and Dell needs to bolster its storage business.
Following a hint earlier today by Michael Dell, company announces plan to acquire another company with cloud expertise. Financial details were not disclosed.
With the appointment of David Scott, HP strengthens the management bench for its storage unit as it lookos to sell high-end 3Par systems throughout its channel.