HP to close site in Germany, cutting 850 jobs
The restructuring of its enterprise services business will not affect HP's other major sites in Germany
Interest in HP assets spikes after Dell news
HP has been receiving feelers from bankers and private equities
Analysis: Once reliable technology sector drags down earnings
Wall Street expects the tech sector's fourth-quarter earnings to be down 1.1 percent from a year ago
For tech investors, it's hard to know when to bolt
Even after raising the alarm, investors refuse to take heed
2012: Five IT companies that struggled to make a mark
From smartphones to chip makers, here is a look at some of the companies that failed to make the cut in 2012
HP, RIM take flak from nervous financial industry customers
Express concerns over reliance, equipment
Audit firms sued in HP's Autonomy acquisition
Deloitte, KPMG, named in the civil lawsuit filed by Philip Ricciardi, an HP shareholder since 2007.
HP rebuffs ex-Autonomy CEO, warns of legal action
The revelation brought into question the competence of HP, which has made a series of missteps in past years including failed acquisitions and poor strategic decisions.
HP hit with civil securities lawsuit over Autonomy deal
The proposed class action lawsuit was filed in a San Francisco federal court.
Mystery whistleblower could reap big award in HP accounting case
To be eligible for an award, a whistleblower must have provided information to regulators that led to court-ordered monetary sanctions exceeding $1 million.