Hewlett-Packard is the PC leader and has a wide range of businesses ranging from printing to software to enterprise servers. HP also is a major services player via the acquisition of EDS. As IBM's primary rival, HP aims to sell customers an entire stack of hardware, software and services. Under Mark Hurd, HP was a lean, mean operational machine. The next CEO, however, must show that HP can grow organically sans acquisitions and cost cuts.
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UPDATED: Stressing 2014 as the third year in HP's "five-year turnaround," CEO Meg Whitman assured shareholders the tech giant is entering 2015 with the "strongest portfolio" in a decade.
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