HP’s business strategy has confused many an onlooker in recent times. Over the last couple of years CEOs have come and gone at an alarming rate, the company’s “iPad killer” TouchPad was revoked after less than a week on the market, and the future of HP’s once-lauded PC business came into question after a rogue CEO announced its possible sale.
Click below to take a tour of the issues HP has faced over the last few years.
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