He doesn't understand tech!
He's strugglin' to find a way out of two bad trades!
Can't get parts to make your product unless you pay the price gougers ransome!
= lower earnings for the next 6Qs!
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News: $HPQ Gartner: PC Shipments Rise Anew in Q2
Reversing the previous quarter's decline, global PC shipments rose in the second quarter. According to preliminary data compiled by tech industry researcher Gartner (NYSE: IT) , the rise clocked in at 2.8% on a year-over-year basis. The first quarter decline, as tracked by the company, was ...
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News: $HPQ 3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 3%
If you're an income investor, you the dividend stocks in your portfolio to have the right balance. While you want a high yield, you also don't want one that's so high the payouts risk being cut. The average S&P 500 stock pays investors about 2% in dividends, and that's why aiming for highe...
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News: $HPQ Remote Work and Remote Learning Are Driving a Surge in PC Demand
The coronavirus pandemic is creating a boom in demand for traditional PCs, due to a wholesale shift to remote work at many companies across multiple industries. In addition, educational institutions have also moved toward remote learning solutions. The mature PC market had been stagnating for ye...
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$SDC partnership with $HPQ
So if HP (HPQ) is acquired by xerox, what will happen op HPE shares?
I haven’t followed long enough to know... is it like alt coins to bitcoin (when bitcoin goes up, alt coins generally do too) and like silver/gold (when gold goes up so does silver almost always)?
Or are they such completely separate entities that an HPQ acquisition by xerox would likely not effect HPE shares?
HPE vs HPQ - Xerox Acquisition
I’m new to this company... Xerox is trying to acquire HPQ not HPE correct?
If that’s the case, how will HPE stock be affected (if at all) by an HPQ acquisition?
Does HPE and HPQ stocks affect each other generally?
I think they're doing fine right now
HP Yet Again Rejects Xerox Takeover Offer -- Barrons.com
10:10 AM ET 1/9/20 | Dow Jones
By Eric J. Savitz
HP Inc. once again has rejected the $22-a-share unsolicited takeover bid from Xerox Holdings as too low.
Earlier this week, Xerox (ticker: XRX) announced that it has lined up financing for the cash portion of its offer for the rival printer company, which consists of $17 a share and the remainder in Xerox shares. But HP (HPQ) on Wednesday said its board continues to find the Xerox bid inadequate.
"We reiterate that the HP Board of Directors' focus is on driving sustainable long-term value for HP shareholders," HP CEO Enrique Lores and Chairman Chip Bergh wrote Wednesday in a letter to Xerox CEO John Visentin. "Your letter dated January 6, 2020 regarding financing does not address the key issue -- that Xerox's proposal significantly undervalues HP -- and is not a basis for discussion. The HP Board of Directors remains committed to advancing the best interests of all HP shareholders and to pursuing the most value-creating opportunities."
Xerox initially made the offer to HP in November, and HP has repeatedly rejected it as both too low and too risky given the substantial borrowings Xerox would require to complete the proposed transaction.
The question for Xerox is whether it is prepared to launch a proxy contest for control of the HP board ahead -- or to launch a hostile tender offer.
HP shares were up 0.6% in recent trading, at $21.06, after closing up 1.3% on Wednesday. The S&P 500 was up 0.5% in recent trading.
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Carl Icahn Bought HP Stake Knowing of Xerox Bid Plans, Fund Says
Chris Dolmetsch,Bloomberg•December 14, 2019
(Bloomberg) -- A Xerox Holdings Corp. shareholder sued Carl Icahn and an investment vehicle he controls, alleging they bought $1.2 billion worth of HP Inc. shares knowing that Xerox was considering acquiring the stock at a premium.
The Miami Firefighters Relief and Pension Fund filed the lawsuit in New York state court in Manhattan on Friday, alleging Icahn, Icahn Capital LP and High River Limited Partnership breached their fiduciary duties to Xerox by buying HP stock with the knowledge that “Xerox was either considering making an offer to purchase HP, had already approached HP about a possible merger into or acquisition by Xerox, or of the obvious merits of Xerox’s potential acquisition of HP.”
A representative for Icahn was not immediately available for comment.
Icahn Capital is Xerox’s largest shareholder, owning almost 11% of the stock as of September 30. Icahn late that month disclosed that Icahn Capital and High River together owned more than 62.9 million shares of HP, making Icahn the fifth-largest shareholder in the company.
A previous disclosure by Icahn in August listed no HP stock as of June 30. While the date of Icahn’s purchases were not revealed, an analyst speculated two days after the end of the third quarter that an activist investor might be targeting HP shares citing reasons including a “huge spike” in trading volume without an obvious reason, according to the suit.
HP last month rejected an unsolicited, cash-and-stock offer from Xerox worth $22 per share, or about $33 billion. Icahn earlier this month urged HP to push ahead with takeover talks, arguing the hardware maker’s standalone plans amount “to little more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.” Xerox has taken its case directly to shareholders, saying the takeover would create as much as $1.5 billion in potential revenue growth, according a presentation to investors made public earlier this week.
Read More: Icahn Urges HP to Move Forward With Xerox Merger Discussions
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News: $HPQ HP Sends Letter to Xerox
PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today announced that HP has sent a letter to Xerox Holdings Corporation in response to Xerox’s November 21, 2019 letter. Following is the full text of the letter that was sent on November 24, 2019: November...
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Nice TA displayed, thanks.
LT HPQ should be fine, as its expands cooperation with partners technical staff on 3-D printing projects, via its now open huge world-class tech hub in Spain. Plus . . . now working actively with Xerox to jointly boost sales.
IF Mid-East situation heats up . . . HPQ will be called on to help produce super-defense tech . . . think 3-D printed weapon systems.
Maybe some more down stock price coming . . . but will most likely be just short-term bottoming behavior . . . as why should stock price drop drastically below 52 week low and stay there?
I foresee really great contract sales in next couple of years.
HPQ now working with present and future customers to develop security SW built-into its machines + data clouding . . . if security SW chip is Read-Only . . . it will be great step to preventing hacking?
Dawning trend is for HPQ with its big $$s and staffing to be major leader in 3-D printing . . . and one gets the dividend too.
HP Inc $HPQ Slammed: Here Is The Quick Swing Trade
Shares of HP Inc (HPQ) tumbled almost 20% on the back of weak sales numbers. The stock is trading at $19.40 on its way to a double bottom on the daily chart. Based on technical analysis, HP Inc will likely cross briefly below $19.00 before staging a technical bounce. This is a quick swing trade, likely playing out in a day or two once the target buy level is achieved. Upside could be as high as $20 but once in-the-money by $0.40, use a trailing stop until $20.00 is hit.
News: $HPQ HP Helps Brands Tap Into Print Personalization Market
PALO ALTO, Calif., Jan. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HP today unveiled its framework, The Personalization Pinwheel, to help brand owners tap into the growing personalization market. Informed by insights from more than 45 million online conversations across the globe, the framework hones in ...
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HPQ ~ This will see $30.00 per share at some point.
HPQ ~ This will soon be one of my largest holdings.
HPQ ~ Blue horseshoe loves HPQ!
HPQ ~ This is currently undervalued, looking to load the boat.
ANDR entered into a Settlement Agreement with Hewlett-Packard
ANDR CASH 3.83M Market Value 4.65M
Year of Inc. 1934
Outstanding Shares 64,416,035
there behind the last 8-k?
ANDR has patents that are using:
Acer Inc., Acer America Corp., ASUSTeK Computer Inc., ASUS Computer International, Dell Inc., Hewlett Packard Co., Lenovo Group Ltd., Lenovo Holding Co., Inc., Lenovo (United States) Inc., Toshiba Corp., Toshiba America, Inc., Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., and Realtek Semiconductor Corp
On December 22, 2015, Andrea Electronics Corporation (the “Company”) entered into a Settlement Agreement with HP Inc. (“HP”). Under the Settlement Agreement the Company settled outstanding litigation between the Company and HP including Andrea Electronics Corporation v. Hewlett-Packard Co., Civ. Action No. 2:15-cv-208, pending in the Eastern District of New York and Certain Audio Processing Hardware and Software and Products Containing the Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-949, pending at the International Trade Commission (collectively, the “Litigation”). In addition, the Company and HP entered into a Patent License Agreement.
Hey all. Day trader here usually in bio techs or flipping sub pennies. I've been seeing all the new 3d printing buy curious to why it seems all the iPos for 3d printing tanked this year. Almost looks like a good time to buy low. Thx for any replies I'll keep doing more dd
Go HP! HP PPS will not be affected by anything happening in TMMI or the lawsuit. Your posts there seem to indicate that you are a novice investor. Invest in HP and pay attention to the PC & peripheral markets. Good luck!
HPQ: Before the division of the company, Who owns Hewlett-Packard Company?
Dodge & Cox 196.56M $5.03B Sept. 30, 2015
Schroder Investment Management 190.15M $3.99B Sept. 30, 2013
Vanguard 111.34M $2.85B Sept. 30, 2015
STATE STREET CORPORATION 84.01M $2.15B Sept. 30, 2015
FMR 67.28M $1.72B Sept. 30, 2015
OTR - Nominee Name for The State Teachers Retirement Board of Ohio 65.75M $64.43M March 31, 2015
Capital Research Global Investors^ 61.84M $1.73B Dec. 31, 2013
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A. 46.52M $1.19B Sept. 30, 2015
PRIMECAP Management Company 43.50M $1.11B Sept. 30, 2015
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company 42.07M $1.31B March 31, 2015
Hotchkis and Wiley Capital Management 38.02M $541.83M Dec. 31, 2012
Franklin Resources 35.87M $918.52M Sept. 30, 2015
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO 35.43M $743.76M Sept. 30, 2013
ALLIANCEBERNSTEIN 32.84M $1.32B Dec. 31, 2014
Relational Investors 32.74M $686.88M Sept. 30, 2013
GOLDMAN SACHS 30.86M $647.73M Sept. 30, 2013
(NYSE:HPQ) Director Rajiv Gupta acquired 80,000 shares of the company's stock in a transaction on Wednesday, December 2nd. The stock was acquired at an average cost of $12.00 per share, with a total value of $960,000.00. Following the completion of the purchase, the director now directly owns 105,766 shares in the company, valued at $1,269,192. The purchase was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is available at this link. Less
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) is now covered by analysts at FBN Securities. They set a "sector perform" rating and a $13.50 price target on the stock. 7.8% downside from the previous close of $14.64.
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HP Inc. down 13.2% after sales miss, guidance cut; Needham downgrades
Nov 25 2015, 13:31 ET | About: HP Inc. (HPQ) | By: Eric Jhonsa, SA News Editor
What used to be HP's PC/printing unit (NYSE:HPQ) has plunged below $13 after missing FQ4 sales estimates on the back of 14% Y/Y sales drops for both its PC and printing segments, and cutting its FY16 EPS guidance below consensus.
With printing op. income (-18% in FQ4 to $862M) well above PC segment op. income (-17% to $294M), printing headwinds are getting a lot of attention. On the earnings call (transcript), CEO Dion Weisler stated weak market demand and price pressure both weighed on printing. "We do not expect the landscape to improve in the near future and we will constantly assess how the market evolves."
He added forex is affecting pricing, and that lower printer price points are "attracting buyers that might have different usage patterns then we originally targeted." Printing supplies revenue stabilization now isn't expected until the end of 2017. The growth of online/mobile document and photo sharing has been a major printing headwind for some time.
Needham's David Rold has downgraded to Hold just three weeks after upgrading to Buy on account of a low valuation and 3%-4% dividend yield. "[A]s some of the valuation argument has played out, we believe further upside will require real improvement in the underlying business. The sharp turn of the Printing market (and delay in improvement that results) in just 2-3 months since last speaking with the Street warrants caution..."
Likewise, Goldman's Simona Jankowski (Neutral) is worried about soft supplies demand (sales -10% in FQ4). "While the company intends to reduce its cost base to partially offset market headwinds, we would need to see evidence of supplies stabilization before becoming meaningfully more positive on HP Inc.’s trajectory."
Deutsche's Sherri Scribner (Buy) remains bullish. "While we do not expect HPQ to be immune to [market] trends, we believe the company can outgrow its peers and end markets, driven by market share gains and a focus on profitable growth opportunities. A recovery in supplies is a key driver of free cash flow strength longer term, and while we were disappointed by the push out of this recovery to later in FY-17, we believe [management] has the right tools in place to stabilize this business."