Meg Whitman stories
Redundancies ahead for HPE NZ employees amidst global restructuring
It has been rumoured that employees of HPE NZ could be facing redundancy due to the HPE Next initiative introduced by Meg Whitman last year.
Former HPE boss Meg Whitman makes move to new media production
Meg Whitman, former CEO of HPE is starting as CEO of NewTV, a short, mobile media production company from Dreamworks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Meg Whitman to leave HPE CEO position early next year
While Whitman is stepping down from the CEO position, she will remain on the HPE Board of Directors.
HPE aims for success with go-forward strategy
"I'm excited to go to market with our new strategic partners."
HP split well underway
HP has made a significant step in its plan to separate into two independent public companies and is on track to complete the separation in November o
“Stable” HP targets IBM partners heading to Lenovo
That’s the message coming from HP HQ, following the company’s plans to tempt partners away from Lenovo.
HP helps partners capitalise on the "New Style of IT"
HP has unveiled a host of new solutions, sales tools, services and updates to the HP PartnerOne program.
HP’s conflicted relationship with printing
HP derived 20% of its revenue and 37% of its non-GAAP operating profit from print in the last quarter. Why does it downplay print?
NZ exclusive: Evolving HP keeps the PC faith
“We know the industry is changing, and we will continue to evolve with the market trends and customer demands."
Hey Meg, how much does HP now love Microsoft?
A long time ago, they used to be friends. But not now - as HP CEO Meg Whitman brands Microsoft as its "outright competitor" after getting close to Google.
Expanding HP appoints three directors
Company expands number of HP board members from nine to 12 after pledging to recruit the "very best, most talented leaders."
HP not giving up on growth
Branding the PC a "wild card", CEO Meg Whitman claims company has a "lot of heavy lifting ahead" but insists revenue growth is "still possible."