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  • Dion Weisler will step down as CEO of HP in November for family health reasons, though he will remain with the company on an advisory basis until early 2020, when he plans to return to his native Australia.
  • so HP came up with a clever little add-on for its Spectre x360 device. There's a kill switch on the side so you can be sure you're not being observed while occupying yourself with all those intimate activities
  • Lenovo regained the top spot from HP in IDC's ranking of the top-selling PC manufacturers worldwide in 3Q. The US company had overtaken its Chinese rival in 2017 for the first time in years. Total worldwide
  • Several new marketer appointments this week. HP's marketing chief Antonio Lucio is moving to Facebook to take over from CMO Gary Briggs, who will retire at the end of the year. Lucio is replaced as CMO
  • who suffered a combined 11% decline. HP retained its position at the top of the table, though Lenovo closed the gap slightly as a result of its newly minted joint venture with Fujitsu of Japan. Dell remains
  • worldwide marketing at HP, and 14 years as VP, worldwide advertising at Apple. He is replaced by Gina Qiao, previously SVP marketing at Lenovo's mobile division. At the same time, Nick Reynolds, former
  • HP reported solid topline growth for its most recent financial year, ended October. Revenues rose 8% reported - 9% at constant currencies - to $52.1bn and net earnings were up marginally at 1% to $2.8bn.
  • HP held onto the top spot in the global PC market in 2Q according to latest figures from researcher IDC. It regained the lead from Lenovo last quarter for the first time since 2013. IDC recorded a 3%
  • HP regained the lead in the global PC sector for 1Q 2017, according to market-watcher IDC, for the first time since 2013. IDC estimated 13% year-on-year growth in shipments to 13.1m units, equivalent
  • probably PHD's capture of global digital media for HP, previously managed by WPP's Essence unit. Billings are over $300m. PHD already manages HP's traditional media. Meanwhile, Sprint completed the transfer

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