HP names new COO, taps outsider to lead software unit

HP names new COO, taps outsider to lead software unit

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HP’s Bill Veghte Last week, HP CEO Meg Whitman tapped Bill Veghte to take over the company’s “disappointing” Autonomy business unit.  This week, the company named Veghte as its new COO and brought in George Kadifa of Silver Lake Partners to spearhead software. All of this is in service of fixing...
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