The Navy will issue up to five requests for proposals over the next 12 months as it begins the transition from the massive Navy-Marine Corps Intranet to the successor program.
Once again, Hewlett-Packard Co. has turned to an outsider, naming Leo Apotheker as president and CEO and former Oracle President Ray Lane as non-executive chairman.
Hewlett Packard Co. is buying ArcSight Inc., a security and compliance management company, for $43.50 per share, or an enterprise value of $1.5 billion, HP announced today.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has joined the escalating war of words between Hewlett-Packard Corp. and Oracle over the future employment status of HP’s former chairman and CEO, Mark Hurd.
Former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Mark Hurd’s new job at rival Oracle Corp. hit a legal snag when HP filed suit to stop the appointment just one day after Hurd’s new position was announced.
Oracle has hired former Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd as co-president.
After a seesaw battle of competing bids, Hewlett-Packard Co. outbid Dell Corp. for 3PAR Inc. They have entered into a definitive agreement under which HP will purchase 3PAR, a leading global provider of utility storage, through a cash tender offer of $33 per share in cash, or an enterprise value of $2.35 billion.
After Dell on Thursday increased its offer to $27 a share, Hewlett-Packard Co. has again upped the ante, agreeing to pay $30 a share, or $2 billion, for the Freemont, Calif., company.
Dell announced today that it has raised its bid to buy 3Par to $24.30 a share, or slightly more than the $1.6 billion that Hewlett-Packard Co. offered earlier this week to counter Dell’s initial offer of $18 a share, or $1.2 billion.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will bring Alabama’s state medical system in line with the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act under an eight-year, $135 million technology services contract.
On Aug. 16, Dell announced an agreement to acquire 3PAR Inc. in a $1.15 billion deal. A week later, HP says it has submitted a proposal to buy 3PAR for $1.6 billion.
Hewlett Packard Corp. is taking another step into the services arena by buying Fortify Software, a privately held software security assurance company in San Mateo, Calif. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.