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Coming to a Printer Near You: Magazines!

Why wait for the postman to deliver your next copy of Glamour or Golf Digest when you can print it out at home? This is the half-baked idea that Hewlett-Packard and magazine mogul Conde Nast are proposing this week. The two companies are teaming up to offer printer-fueled content from Conde Nast magazines including Allure, Wired, and Epicurious.

Hewlett-Packard Launches iPad Rival Slate

Hewlett-Packard Corp. on Friday began selling its own tablet-style personal computer, marking the computer-making giant's entry into a rapidly-growing market dominated by Apple Inc.'s iPad.

Jack Welch Disses HP's Board: 'Who Are These Board Members?'

Days after Oracle CEO Larry Ellison urged the entire board of Hewlett-Packard to "resign en masse right away," former General Electric CEO Jack Welch has jumped on the diss-HP's board bandwagon. The criticism comes in the wake of HP's hiring of Leo Apotheker as CEO. "Who are these board members?" Welch asked.

Intel and HP Downgraded on Weak Demand

Shares of computer makers Intel Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. were downgraded by UBS amid concerns that weak demand will force the companies to dramatically cut prices.

HP Earnings Solid as Tech Giant Looks Beyond Mark Hurd

Scandal-shaken Hewlett Packard reported solid earnings results just days after company CEO Mark Hurd resigned following an sexually-tinged expenses imbroglio. The company's results weren't a surprise because it pre-announced its results after Hurd's departure.

Analysts: Todd Bradley is Favorite to Succeed Mark Hurd at HP

In the wake of Mark Hurd's resignation, HP's board now must assemble a list of possible candidates both from inside and outside the company. Some analysts call Todd Bradley, executive VP of HP's Personal Systems Group -- the $42 billion mobile and PC business -- the odds-on favorite.

Woman in HP Scandal Says She Is 'Saddened' CEO Lost His Job

Jodie Fisher, the woman at the center of the sexual harassment claim that led to Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) CEO Mark Hurd resigning, said that she is "surprised and saddened" that the events cost him his job. Fisher, 50, knew Hurd through her work as a contractor with HP%u2019s marketing department, The Associated Press reported. Between 2007 and 2009, she was paid as much as $5,000 per event to greet people and make introductions among executives at events.

Hewlett-Packard's 25% Profit Jump Signals Tech Comeback

Tech giant Hewlett Packard reported a 25% jump in profit Wednesday, beating Wall Street estimates. The results are the latest sign that consumers and companies are increasing spending on computer products. The maker of computers and printers also raised its 2010 outlook.