Fool.com technology editor/analyst Andrew Tonner takes a look at Hewlett-Packard, the worst-performing stock in the Dow for the year, to discuss the impact of its short- and long-term goals. The company recently sent some positive news through the market when it raised its third-quarter guidance. However, this upbeat announcement does distract from some of the most fundamental issues facing the beleaguered tech giant. What's next for HP? Find out here.
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