During her tenure, several thousand jobs were cut, the company’s profitability plummeted, and the once-powerful computer giant was left in disarray.
Uttered by someone who claims to be a brilliant executive — which includes the capacity to read financial documents — her remarks were embarrassingly stupid.
New York (AFP) — U.S. computer giant Hewlett-Packard said Tuesday its non-executive chairman Ralph Whitworth was stepping down for health reasons, effective Wednesday. A statement said the HP board of directors will discuss appointing a new chairman at its next board meeting. Whitworth, who was appointed chairman on an interim basis in April 2013, has […]