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Ericsson Moves 1,000 Staff to HP Dell, HP to ship Sun's version of Java Internet pioneer David Reed joins HP Labs  Former chief scientist at Lotus Development will focus on advancing computer networking 'Poison pill' policy to ward off suitors  Hewlett-Packard will adopt a provision to ward off unwanted suitors who pursue a hostile takeover HP to sell Digex to WorldCom  WorldCom Inc. has agreed to buy preferred stock in Digex Inc. for $11 million HP to unveil more than 100 gadgets  Hewlett-Packard is introducing gadgets from digital cameras to photo-quality desktop printers New product to convert VHS to DVD  The DVD Movie Writer dc3000, priced at $399, will be available in mid-September $300 Million Consumer Product Push  The computer and printer maker on Monday unveiled a slew of new, digital gizmos -- 158 in all 3rd-quarter earnings miss expectations
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Shares sink on revenue shortfall CEO Got Bonus, Capellas Left with $26 Mln New Media Center PC CFO: Quarter on Track New Printing and Imaging Services Shareholders adopt poison pill vote plan Compaq integration `largely complete' Severance Recommendation Considered Multibillion-Dollar Deals with P&G, Ericsson Server, Storage Business be Restructured Ad campaign aimed at largest customers Jobs cut as earnings beat expectations
State: Hewlett-Packard Misled Officials HP to Offer AOL's Instant Messaging Packard Foundation to scale back grants  The philanthropic organization will reduce its grants budget to $200 million in 2003, less than a third of the total in 2000 Solectron Shares Up After HP Deal Quarter earnings beat expectations

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  Earnings are spurred by cost savings from its merger with Compaq and improved demand for PCs during the holidays

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  Hewlett-Packard is cutting 3,500 more jobs beyond the measures taken during its integration with Compaq

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  Personal systems unit posted a $56 million loss after 2 quarters of profits

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Sep.17 Campaign Aimed at Small Businesses  Hewlett-Packard introduced ProLiant servers, new LaserJet printers, HP Integrated Work Center PC Sep.18 HP CEO to step down from Cisco board  Carly Fiorina will step down from board of directors, according to a regulatory filing Sep.23 HP to protect customers from SCO Group  Hewlett-Packard will protect its customers from the intellectual property claims if the Linux is running on HP equipment Sep.30 Fiorina most powerful women in business
  Fiorina is in the No. 1 spot for the 6th consecutive year in Fortune's list of the 50 most powerful women in business

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Nov.5 Executive who defended merger to retire  Webb McKinney, executive VP and a key strategist in the Compaq merger, would retire next month Nov.17 High-volume copier machines
  Hewlett-Packard enters the high-volume copier market with machines that will print up to 85 pages per minute
Nov.19 Earnings more than double
  4th-quarter earnings inched past Wall Street estimates, but executives remained cautious about growth in 2004
Nov.25 Senior executive Jeff Clarke resigns  Jeff Clarke is a former Compaq executive who played a key role in integrating Compaq's business operations into HP

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Dec.2 HP to Launch Music Store  Hewlett-Packard plans to launch an HP-branded online music store and Digital Music Player Dec.5 Bouchard promoted to CIO  Gilles Bouchard, supply chain veteran, was promoted to chief information officer and executive VP of global operations Dec.8 Packard Foundation names new president  The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has named vice president Carol S. Larson, 51, as its new president Dec.9 HP consolidates business units
  Hewlett-Packard reiterated bullish outlook Dec.22 HP to help to standardize and simplify IRS
  IRS expects PlanetGov and HP to replace some of the 4,400 IBM and Dell servers and 30 storage area networks

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B. 01-13 State: Hewlett-Packard Misled Officials HP
C. 01-22 HP to Offer AOL's Instant Messaging HP
D. 01-27 Packard Foundation to scale back grants Los Altos
02-25 Quarter earnings beat expectations HP
5. 02-26 Shares sink on revenue shortfall HP
G. 02-27 CEO Got Bonus, Capellas Left with $26 Mln HP
H. 02-28 New Media Center PC HP
8. 03-10 CFO: Quarter on Track HP

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