Let’s take a run down memory lane with the making of history as our baring point to understand how history could repeat itself in a very meaningful way…
Brian Patrick Cork: Poor “Sal” (the writer of the article below).
he’ll never make for a relevant connector of important dots.
but, beyond that HP, has a history of picking great partners to boost itself in flagging markets. for example, back in the tail-end of the 1980′s they made a great run next to Apple after convincing Apple to turn-over all printer manufacturing. HP wrote all the great drivers and it was common to buy an Apple computer and an HP together. it was a match made in heaven for people that wanted quality products that worked great together.
“Traders short shares of Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) were crushed Thursday following the company’s earnings report. Some investors, like famed…”
just like legendary sports teams and athletes great companies find resourceful ways to win. don’t EVER count Apple (did you even notice the current rally?) and HP out. and, ironically, you can win with both by hedging your best with Google.
next week look for my continued thoughts on Meg Whitman, the CEO at HP.
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian patrick cork
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