Hewlett-Packard Co., has confirmed it will split itself into two companies to ``sharpen the strategic focus'' of its consumer and scientific units.
By Richard Barry
| March 2, 1999 -- 17:18 GMT (09:18 PST)
| Topic: Tech Industry
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