Steve Jobs Thought Hewlett-Packard was Being "Dismembered and Destroyed"
November 20, 2012 - 3:39pm
Hewlett-Packard (NASDAQ: HPQ) is getting hammered by investors who are concerned about the accounting irregularities that occurred within Autonomy before the PC maker acquired the firm. Shares are currently down more than 12 percent.
This is the latest of many troubles at H-P. The company has traded down all year, losing more than 18 percent of its value in the last month alone. Year-to-date, H-P is down more than 55 percent.
Multiple researchers, including IDC and Gartner (NYSE: IT), reported that H-P dropped to second place after Lenovo became the world's largest manufacturer of PCs.
Going into 2012, H-P CEO Meg ...
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