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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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Silicon Valley Job Cuts Double in 2016

Cisco Systems, Inc. announced August 17 that it will slash 5,500 jobs. The cuts are consistent with Silicon Valley tech terminations running almost double the pace of 2015.

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Failed Republican Meg Whitman Endorses Hillary Clinton

Failed 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman on Tuesday indicated that she will donate big dollars to, fundraise for, vote for, and promote 2016 Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton for president.

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Meg Whitman Prefers Hillary at Romney’s #NeverTrump Retreat

Failed California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman compared Republican nominee Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler at Mitt Romney’s exclusive #NeverTrump retreat in the Utah mountains, where she suggested that she will be supporting Hillary Clinton for president.

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Wall Street Establishment Prepares to Wage War Against ‘Teflon’ Trump

Wall Street’s Marco Rubio and establishment-supporting Republican power elite are preparing to wage a full-on war on Donald Trump in an attempt to dethrone the billionaire Republican presidential frontrunner from securing the party’s nomination. And money will reportedly not be an issue.

Hewlett-Packard Inc. is officially spinning out its personal computer and printer …

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.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPQ) announced on Tuesday that the company …

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.