Now that Carly Fiorina has been scarified to the profit margin gods, speculations fly about what will happen with HP.
Would Intel's Sean Maloney be prepared to run the ailing computer and imaging company, Cnet asks in a story where headhunters are allowed to baselessly speculate. Or maybe Ed Zander, current CEO of Motorola and long time COO of Sun Microsystems?
Further than the name of the new CEO, the big question is what the new strategic course that HP's board is looking for. Will HP be split off into several smaller ventures, hoping that a stand alone printer company will perform better than the imaging unit does now?
Does HP's PC unit have any future, IDG News wonders? The business unit is only barely profitable while facing tough competition from Dell.
These questions will distract not only HP management, but should also concern any customer. That's a pity for HP, given that I just now has the perfect opportunity to go after some of IBM's customers after the Lenovo deal.
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