HP has announced it will cut an additional 11,000 to 16,000 positions from its workforce, bringing the total number of layoffs it has made since May 2012 to as much as 50,000 employees.
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After being grilled with some pretty harsh questions at today's shareholders meeting, HP CEO Meg Whitman praised Apple and Steve Jobs, saying that HP needs to "become more disruptive, like Apple."
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In an email sent to all HP employees, its new CEO Meg Whitman says she wants to hear from team members on how to improve the currently troubled tech and PC company.
HP has confirmed that it has named Meg Whitman as its new CEO and President as the company's previous CEO Leo Apotheker officially steps down from the position.