Hewlett-Packard Company

+$0.23 (+1.2%)
Closing price August 12, 2020
People who need to work at home apparently need new personal computers. At least that is the takeaway from a new report on traditional PC sales in the second quarter.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Ally Financial, Apple, Autodesk, Boston Beer, DocuSign, HP, Masco, Qualcomm, Tyson Foods, Vornado Realty Trust and Walt Disney.
24/7 Wall St. takes a look at Costco, Salesforce and some of the other key companies reporting quarterly results in this truncated trading week.
Sales of personal computers (desktops, notebooks, and workstations) declined by double digits in the first quarter of the year. The COVID-19 outbreak gets the blame.
There are good times to attempt mergers and there are bad times to attempt mergers. There are also good mergers and there are some bad ones.
Some mergers are good ideas and others are not. The case of Xerox trying to acquire HP fell into the camp of not a good idea.
Jabil, one of the world's top outsourced manufacturing companies, has announced that the Covid-19 outbreak is having a negative impact on its second quarter of fiscal 2020.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Best Buy, Home Depot, Salesforce and a few of the other most anticipated quarterly reports expected this week.
Stocks have retested all-time highs and were indicated to have a marginally higher open on Wednesday ahead of a shortened week for the Thanksgiving break. The S&P 500 was last seen up over 25%...
HP released its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. The firm said that it had $0.60 in earnings per share (EPS) and $15.4 billion in revenue, compared with...
HP is scheduled to release its fiscal fourth quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday. The consensus estimates are calling for $0.58 in earnings per share (EPS) and $15.27 billion...
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Best Buy, HP and some of the other most anticipated earnings reports expected during this truncated trading week of Thanksgiving.
Xerox has sent a letter to HP management expressing disbelief at HP's rejection of Xerox's $30 billion buyout offer. And Xerox is not offering more money, choosing instead to ignite a proxy battle.
HP on Sunday rejected a buyout offer of $22 a share in cash and stock from Xerox, but a deal is not dead yet.
There has to be some joke about two of America's oldest technology giants thinking about a merger.