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Meg Whitman Leaving HP; Ready for Next Deal

Meg Whitman is leaving as Hewlett Packard CEO after a successful six-year turnaround, and seems ready to take on her next Silicon Valley Fortune 500 deal.

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Report: Pitzer College Overturns Boycott Israel Student Resolution

The Pitzer College board of trustees announced on Friday that, following “careful consideration,” it had decided to “rescind…and declare…to be of no effect” a student government vote held during Passover to add an anti-Israel boycott into its bylaws.

Anti-Israel demonstrators march behind a banner of the BDS organization in Marseille, June 13.. (photo credit:GEORGES ROBERT / AFP)

Clinton Blasts Israel Boycott Ahead Of Methodist Church Vote

TEL AVIV – Hillary Clinton reiterated her position that the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement was an impediment to peace, ahead of her Methodist church’s bid to join the Israel boycott, The Times of Israel reported.


Carly Fiorina’s Unique Skills Can Fix the Dysfunction in Washington, Revive the Economy

I served as the Technology Policy Manager at Hewlett-Packard while Carly was the CEO. While I have held several positions both before working at HP and after leaving, including with Intel Corporation and as a staffer on Capitol Hill, my job working with Carly Fiorina was by far the most gratifying. At the time I was there, Carly and HP were at the forefront of efforts by New Economy companies to create a global marketplace that was safe for consumers, open for business, and beneficial for everyone involved.

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Apple’s H-1B Partner Banned for Underpaying Aliens

Two Silicon Valley companies that import foreign software engineers for Apple and other firmss were fined and banned from the controversial H-1B visa program for underpaying what are already cheap foreign tech workers.

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Hewlett-Packard Busts Up Into 2 Companies

Hewlett-Packard Inc. is officially spinning out its personal computer and printer operations into a free-standing company from its enterprise software systems and consulting business on Monday, creating two companies with market capitalizations of about $25 billion each.

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Fiorina Defends Record at HP, Speaking at Clinton Global Initiative

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina defended her record as CEO of Hewlett-Packard and her involvement with the Clinton Global Initiative on Friday’s “Sean Hannity Show.” Regarding her record at Hewlett-Packard, Fiorina said the facts of her record were “clear and

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Under Carly Fiorina, HP Sold Millions Of Dollars Of Products To Iran

Carly Fiorina, a Republican candidate president and the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, presents herself on the campaign trail as a hawk on Iran. She’s promising to take a hardline on the regime in Tehran. However, during her time as the chief executive of HP, she “sold hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of products to Iran through a foreign subsidiary, despite strict U.S. export sanctions,” Bloomberg reports.


HP Dumps 30,000 Jobs, But Still Cranking Up H1B Guest-Workers

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPQ) announced on Tuesday that the company will cut about 10 percent of its 300,000 member workforce, but appears to be moving “forward” with expanding its use of H1-B foreign immigrant visas.

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Carly Fiorina’s GOP Debate Text Leaked in Advance

Carly Fiorina’s closing statement in the presidential debate on Thursday was leaked onto social media hours before she took the stage, after the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive–or her staff–left the text on a printer.

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Carly Fiorina Could Be Break-Out Star of Debate ‘Undercard’

On Thursday, the prime-time political world will be focused on the 1st GOP Presidential debate, featuring the top 10 Republican candidates. There are, of course, 16 declared candidates for the GOP nomination, meaning that six won’t make the cut for the nighttime debate, hosted by Fox News.

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