back to article Hewlett Packard Enterprise gives UK boss control of Ireland

After three decades at or near the top of HPE’s Irish ops - latterly the standalone Enterprise organisation - Martin Murphy is to leave the business by the end of February, El Reg can confirm. In a memo to staff, recently installed UK and Ireland managing director Marc Waters, said Murphy had “decided to leave HPE at the end …

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A fair few seniors at HPE seem to be moving on at the moment...

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Ireland as a UK region

I'm a bit fed up.

Try using Amazon in Ireland.

Or buy stuff sold in Euros or Dollars made outside UK without it having a UK middle man profit margin and UK sterling <-> Euro hedge, maybe on UK import and export to Ireland.

However HP became irrelevant to me when they took over Compaq and rationalised on the wrong products and bloated their printers.

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