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HP's former CEO Leo Apotheker killed WebOS

The mystery has been solved. Hewlett-Packard's short-lived CEO Leo Apotheker was responsible for ending the young the life of Palm WebOS, according to the company's former CTO.

By Mar. 14, 2012


Apotheker bids farewell; did he see it coming?

Former HP CEO Leo Apotheker says Meg Whitman and her executive team will succeed in accomplishing the company's goals.

By Sep. 23, 2011


HP's CEO carousel continues: Whitman in, Apotheker out

HP may be easier to fix than California--new CEO Meg Whitman ran to be governor--but it can be just as dysfunctional as its home state at times.

By Sep. 22, 2011


HP boss Apotheker: It's good to be humongous

The CEO of the world's largest technology company takes the stage at the D9 conference.

By Jun. 1, 2011


HP opens its checkbook for Apotheker

The new chief executive gets a hefty signing bonus and a sizable check to cover his moving costs from France to the U.S.

By Oct. 1, 2010


New HP CEO Apotheker lays out vision

In his first official public appearance before the press, Leo Apotheker says Hewlett-Packard is "strong, but the world is changing." HP will focus on cloud services and connected devices in the future.

By Mar. 14, 2011


HP's Ray Lane on why Leo Apotheker had to go

Although HP's conference call to introduce Meg Whitman as CEO revolved around her capabilities, a lot of Ray Lane's time was throwing Leo Apotheker under the bus.

By Sep. 22, 2011


Apotheker resigns as SAP's chief executive

The business software maker announces the resignation, effective immediately, and the appointment of co-CEOs to replace Apotheker.

By Feb. 7, 2010


SAP names Apotheker as co-CEO

The business software maker formalizes its executive transition plan by naming Leo Apotheker co-CEO.

By Apr. 2, 2008


SAP's Apotheker takes on shoddy consultants, certifications

The enterprise software giant is trying to end the days where it's a whipping boy for failed implementations. The key question: How do you avoid a project failure?

By Feb. 5, 2009