Thenew.hp faces new.problems

July 2002
Australian Personal Computer;Jul2002, Issue 283, p13
Reports the merger of Hewlett-Packard Co. with Compaq Computer Corp. in the information technology sector in Australia. Announcement of surviving product lines; Maximization of brand equity; Cost savings in manufacturing and marketing.


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