In the history of HPE gaffs
This is pretty tame...they've done WAY worse.
7 posts • joined 7 Sep 2017
HPE is now no more than a company selling overpriced commodity hardware who will most likely either be snapped up by a rival (although who is left...Lenovo maybe?), taken private by a VC and asset stripped or will fade away like Kodak.
Meg's strategy has been great for her and the board in driving shareholder value but what is left now to push except product lines with ever decreasing margins in a desperate race to the bottom....
With the likes of Andy Isherwood and Peter Ryan jumping before the ship sinks is there any doubt in its long term fate?
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