HP's $8 Billion Write Off Is Really Good News In Disguise (HPQ)

HP's $8 Billion Write Off Is Really Good News In Disguise (HPQ)

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HP unleashed a raft of news this morning, but the headliner of the bunch is that it's taking an $8 billion write down, due to a goodwill impairment on its $13.9 billion EDS acquisition. On the one hand, HP's 2008 EDS acquisition could be seen as one of the worst...
HP's $8 Billion Write Off Is Really Good News In Disguise (HPQ)
                                       

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