HP in Transition

February 12, 2005 at 11:19 am | Posted in Technology | Leave a comment

Carly Fiorina’s self-esteem took a hit this week as HP’s market capitalization went up a few billion dollars after she was fired by the HP board of directors. In that regard, I think HP shareholders should not feel too bad about giving her $21 million dollars to go away, and hopefully work for a competitor.

I’ve owned and used HP calculators, printers, signal analyzers, workstations, and all of them have been top-notch in quality and performance. I may reinvest in the company again if they have a good plan to fix their problems and regain the HP reputation as a Silicon Valley innovator and a good place to work. I’ve made previous comments about HP, mostly bad because of their current policies, not their pre-Fiorina products.

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