We are in a multi-year journey to turn HP around, and we have put in place a plan to restore HP to growth. We know where we need to go, and we're making progress.

We continue to drive product innovation in our core markets, with a focus on cloud, security, and big data.

We see big opportunities ahead, and we are well positioned to take advantage of these opportunities with our remarkable set of assets and strengths. We have the people, the plan, and the foundation in place to help us succeed on the next phase of the journey.

Type
Public
HQ
Palo Alto, US
Founded
1939
Size (employees)
287,000 (est)-4%
HP was founded in 1939 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, US

Key People at HP

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler

Chief Executive Officer & President
Cathie Lesjak

Cathie Lesjak

Chief Financial Officer
Enrique Lores

Enrique Lores

President
Stephen Nigro

Stephen Nigro

President
Richard Bailey

Richard Bailey

President
Christoph Schell

Christoph Schell

President
Nick Lazaridis

Nick Lazaridis

President
Ron Coughlin

Ron Coughlin

President
Shane Wall

Shane Wall

Chief Technology Officer
Jon Flaxman

Jon Flaxman

Chief Operating Officer
Antonio Lucio

Antonio Lucio

Chief Marketing & Communications Officer
Stuart Pann

Stuart Pann

Chief Supply Chain Officer
Kim Rivera

Kim Rivera

Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel
Tracy Keogh

Tracy Keogh

Chief Human Resources Officer

HP Office Locations

HP has offices in Palo Alto, Vancouver, New York, Baltimore and in 196 other locations
Palo Alto, US
New York, US
Richmond, US
Bengaluru, IN
Milwaukee, US
Sydney, AU
Bracknell, GB
Prague, CZ
Stockholm, SE
Buenos Aires, AR
Marietta, US
Greensboro, US
Arlington, US
Houston, US
Baltimore, US
Champaign, US
Albany, US
Spokane, US
Vancouver, US
Norfolk, US

HP Metrics

HP Summary

Market capitalization

$30.1 B

Closing share price

$17.7
HP's current market capitalization is $30.1 B.

HP Financials

HP's revenue is $107 B in FY, 2015 which is a 6.97% decrease from the previous period.
FY, 2015FY, 2014FY, 2013FY, 2012FY, 2011

Revenue

$107 B$115 B$116 B$124 B$131 B

Revenue growth, %

-7.0%-0.6%-6.7%-5.1%

Cost of goods sold

$53.1 B$56.5 B$55.6 B$59.5 B$65.2 B

Gross profit

$54 B$58.8 B$59.6 B$64.1 B$65.5 B

Gross profit Margin, %

50.4%51.0%51.4%51.6%50.1%

HP Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Shunra SoftwareJanuary 05, 2017$25 M
Aruba NetworksMarch 02, 2015$3 B
Voltage SecurityFebruary 09, 2015
Eucalyptus SystemsSeptember 12, 2014
Vertica SystemsMarch 22, 2011
ArcSightSeptember 13, 2010$1.5 B
3PARSeptember 02, 2010$2.35 B
StrataviaAugust 26, 2010
Autonomy CorporationAugust 18, 2010$10.2 B
Fortify SoftwareAugust 17, 2010
PalmJuly 01, 2010$1.2 B
MelodeoJune 23, 2010$30 M
3ComNovember 11, 2009$2.7 B
IBRIXJuly 17, 2009
Lefthand NetworksOctober 01, 2008$360 M
Colubris NetworksAugust 11, 2008
OpelinNovember 05, 2007
Atos OriginOctober 22, 2007
MacDermid ColorSpanSeptember 13, 2007
OpswareJuly 23, 2007$1.6 B
TabbloMarch 20, 2007
VoodooPCSeptember 28, 2006
Technology PartnersJune 27, 2006
OuterBay TechnologiesFebruary 07, 2006
Peregrine SystemsSeptember 19, 2005
SnapfishApril 01, 2005$300 M
IndigoSeptember 09, 2001
Artivision TechnologiesSeptember 06, 2001
CompaqSeptember 04, 2001$25 B
PROLINJune 06, 1997
VeriFoneApril 23, 1997$1.18 B

HP Market Value History

We estimate that HP's current employees are approximately 30% female and 70% male.

Market Position – software, security, electronic components, electronics, cloud, hardware, Technology, manufacturer, imaging, analytics, big data, big tech

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