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Mark Hurd's curious dismissal from HP last summer was brought on in part by his disclosure of inside info about the planned purchase of EDS, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Hewlett-Packard's acquisition of the computer services giant mirrors, in some ways, Carly Fiorina's prior effort to but PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting.
The announcement could come as early as Tuesday, according to reports.
Hewlett-Packard tells employees of EDS, which it acquired last year, that their salaries will temporarily be cut by 10 percent more than was announced last month.
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.
In a meeting with financial analysts, Chief Executive Mark Hurd defends purchase of EDS as his company announces massive job cuts.
The $13.9 billion acquisition of EDS closes. With its combined power, the bigger company will confront rival IBM.
It's official now. Deal will create a computer services giant intended to rival IBM in the market for serving business customers.
The software maker says the Hewlett-Packard unit, as well as Accenture and others will help sell its hosted versions of Exchange and SharePoint.