When Meg Whitman replaced Leo Apotheker as HP CEO the previously announced spinoff idea was put on hold and HP's U.S. and global market share increased.
Hewlett Packard wins contract renewal from Florida to steamline compliance and move the state's Medicaid program toward managed care.
The Navy wants to open up a dialogue with industry before releasing final RFP.
Oracle sets its sights on recruiting HP resellers to grow rapidly over the next year.
Hewlett-Packard Co. acted quickly when they replaced CEO Leo Apotheker because they were concerned that plummeting shares would make the company vulnerable to a bid from Oracle Corp.
Leo Apotheker is out as chief executive of Hewlett-Packard after the company grew worried about his leadership during a time of transition.
The board of directors meets this week and may decide his fate. Who do they reportedly want to replace him?
Dell looks to capitalize on HP's separation from PC business.
Company also in midst of $10 billion deal for software maker Autonomy as it shifts toward more enterprise computing company.
IT companies pledge to answer the president's challenge to help 100,000 vets.
SRA International Inc. and four other contractors have been named to the Veterans Affairs Department’s $480 million Veterans Relationship Management program.
A pair of RFIs focus on data centers and software as a service. What seems to be the Navy's prime objective?