The company has long sold its printers cheaply and relied on ink sales for its profits. It's about to reverse that formula.
News & Analysis: HP
A high-risk transformative move sent one of these stocks lower.
HP tumbles as investors balk at its restructuring plan, and Netflix jumps as trends start to improve.
The PC and printer maker wants to cut its annual costs by $1 billion -- but it will cost $1 billion in restructuring expenses first.
$1 billion in layoffs and restructuring costs "helped" to tank this stock.
The PC giant will beef up its enterprise-oriented devices by buying Bromium.
HP's been running low on ink sales for years -- and Bernstein sees no end in sight.
Investors are worried about the shrinking printer business.
It’s time to get greedy with these three stocks.
The departure of its CEO and soft earnings guidance have brought out the bears.