Hewlett-Packard Company (HPQ)
Last closing price (Jul 28 4:00 EDT):
35.60 (0.48%) ?
Hewlett-Packard Company and its subsidiaries provide products, technologies, software, solutions, and services to individual consumers, small-and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and large enterprises, including customers in the government, health, and education sectors worldwide. Its Personal Systems segment offers commercial notebooks and desktops; consumer notebooks, desktops, and mini notebooks; and workstations, calculators and other related accessories, and software and services for the commercial and consumer markets. The companys Services segment provides consulting, outsourcing, and technology services to infrastructure, applications, and business process domains. Its Printing segment offers consumer and commercial printer hardware, supplies, media, and scanning devices, such as inkjet and Web solutions, laserjet and enterprise solutions, managed enterprise solutions, and graphics solutions. The companys Enterprise Servers, Storage, and Networking segment provides industry standard servers; business critical systems; storage platforms; and networking products comprising switches, routers, and wireless LANs. Its Software segment offers enterprise information management solutions for structured and unstructured data, IT management software, and security intelligence/risk management solutions as software licenses, software-as-a-service, and hybrid or appliance deployment models. The companys HP Financial Services segment provides leasing, financing, utility programs, and asset recovery services; and financial asset management services to enterprise customers, as well as specialized financial services to SMBs, and educational and governmental entities. Its Corporate Investments segment provides business intelligence solutions that enable businesses to standardize on data management schemes, connect and share data across the enterprise, and apply analytics. The company was founded in 1939 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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|Ben Reitzes||Barclays||Buy||Jul 17, '14||34.43||Jul 17, '15||3.40%|
|Bill Shope||Goldman Sachs||Sell||May 23, '14||33.56||May 23, '15||-6.08%|
|Jim Suva||Citi||Buy||May 23, '14||33.56||May 23, '15||6.08%|
|Ananda Baruah||Brean Murray, Carret & Co.||Buy||May 19, '14||32.95||40.00||May 19, '15||8.04%|
|Brent Bracelin||Pacific Crest Securities||Buy||Apr 29, '14||32.80||37.00||Apr 29, '15||8.54%|
|Chris Whitmore||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||Apr 10, '14||32.64||40.00||Apr 10, '15||9.07%|
|Toni Sacconaghi||High Peaks||Buy||Mar 31, '14||32.21||Mar 31, '15||10.52%|
|Ben Reitzes||Barclays||Buy||Mar 18, '14||30.42||38.00||Mar 18, '15||17.03%|
|Jim Kelleher||Argus Research Company||Buy||Feb 24, '14||29.64||Feb 24, '15||20.11%|
|Bill Shope||Goldman Sachs||Sell||Feb 21, '14||29.51||Feb 21, '15||-20.64%|
|Jim Suva||Citi||Buy||Feb 21, '14||29.51||Feb 21, '15||20.64%|
|Toni Sacconaghi||High Peaks||Buy||Feb 19, '14||29.17||Feb 19, '15||22.04%|
|Chris Whitmore||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||Jan 28, '14||28.72||Jan 28, '15||23.96%|
|Amy Lin||Unaffiliated||Buy||Jan 20, '14||29.90||35.00||Feb 20, '14||-1.51%|
|Scott Craig||BofA Merrill Lynch||Buy||Jan 16, '14||29.28||Jan 16, '15||21.58%|
|Mark Moskowitz||JPMorgan||Buy||Dec 17, '13||27.19||35.00||Dec 17, '14||30.93%|
|Jim Suva||Citi||Buy||Nov 27, '13||26.96||Nov 27, '14||32.05%|
|Toni Sacconaghi||High Peaks||Buy||Nov 27, '13||26.96||Nov 27, '14||32.05%|
|Bill Shope||Goldman Sachs||Sell||Oct 10, '13||21.99||Oct 10, '14||-61.89%|
|Bill Shope||Goldman Sachs||Sell||Aug 22, '13||21.75||Aug 22, '14||-63.68%|