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  • Lenovo retains the global #1 spot, but HP is close behind, with less than 1% market share to separate them. Apple and Asus are also closely matched in the #4 and #5 spots. Apple was #4 in the final quarter,
  • Farid New York for HP. But we really hated Sra Rushmore's mawkish Christmas campaign for Coca-Cola. In the news this past week: Brands & Advertisers In one of the most startling turnaround announcements
  • HP "Brothers" by AMV BBDO Adidas "You Be You" by 72andSunny Amsterdam Ram Trucks"Praise" by Richards Group Adbrands Weekly Update takes a short break next week. Normal service resumes on Thursday
  • HP closed the gap on rival Lenovo during 3Q 2016, bringing the two tech groups neck-and-neck in the global PC market, according to figures from IDC. Growth at HP lifted the US company's global share to
  • agreed a sale of its computer printer business to rival HP Inc for $1.05bn. The deal highlights the different strategies pursued by the two businesses created in the break-up of the old Hewlett Packard
  • entity created in the break-up last year of the former HP giant. It is gradually unpicking the various deals which made the old HP such an unwieldy business. Earlier this year, it agreed to spin off its
  • the mainly B2B company spun out of the old HP group last year. Publicis New York will take over creative from BBDO, supported by Optimedia on media, and Digitas and Razorfish for CRM and digital. Omnicom
  • global share, but second-placed HP gained ground to end up only 0.4% behind. Dell too enjoyed a lift. However, Apple slipped back into 5th place behind Asus. In the US market, HP and Dell retained their
  • In yet another dismantling of the old HP empire, one of the two groups created by its split last year will itself break in two. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which retained the old group's IT services,
  • ending a six-year lead by HP, while Lenovo overtook Apple for the #3 position. On a worldwide basis, Lenovo remained the #1 manufacturer with 20.1% share, to HP's 19.2%. In the US, Dell took 25.6% share

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