Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman kicked off the Discover 2012 customer and partner event today in Frankfurt with a keynote address meant to calm everyone down about HP and its future. And she trotted out her lieutenants in the enterprise hardware and software groups to help make her case. Whitman made no bones about the fact that …
From a near death experience to
(a) the Apple way
(b) the Nokia way
It seems your call HP
130,000 frames per second?
Maybe you meant 130,000 frames per movie which at 24fps would be around 90mins
Errors in the article
"Whitman reminded everyone that HP is one of the largest companies in the world and also, on a cash flow basis, one of the most profitable – throwing --- away more cash than Coca Cola, FedEx, McDonalds, and others. "We are on a very ----- shaky financial foundation," she said."
Re: Errors in the article
Yes, she keeps mentioning that, but that is not anyone's concern. Their concern is that, even with that cash flow, the HP executives have managed to throw cash away much faster than it is coming in. They turned a would be $6 plus billion profit year into an $11 plus billion loss year based almost entirely on management mistakes.
Audio oscillators, not oscilloscopes
she loves HP's ... employees.
Well the ones they didn't fire and out source to India / China.
HP has a "long legacy of customer partnership and trust"
That they have burned with crappy plastic printers that no longer run any longer then much cheaper printers and HP's Over Priced DRM chipped toners. Don't even start about their wonderful laptops...
Whatever else you say about Meg Whitman, she has my gratitude for one reason: She said "100%" and not "110%". God bless you, ma'am, and keep you safe.
But HP gives one hundred percent 110% of the time!!!
Sounds like spirits are low among HPs partners, considering the egg that got laid on a reasonable opening by Whitman. Can't say that I blame them--HP has been like the Keystone Kops of corporate America the last year or so.
HP chases software companies...
...like dogs chase cars. Fun to do, but can't drive them when they catch them.
I didn't know Meg Whitman was a gigantic ghost. Does David Icke know if this is an isolated incident, or if gigantic ghost people are trying to take over all multinational corporations?
Not quite 100%
HP salesmen are STILL selling Autonomy competitors!!!
How many ?
130,000 frames per second ?
Another case of over inflation of the figures - maybe
5 years to render it?
Of the many strange statistics in this article, this seems the strangest.
Did she mention the word 'execute'?
Don't you just love CEO speeches? Have to add, when I read or hear executives talking about 'executing' (or not as the case may be), I feel the urge to line up a guillotine.
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