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Oracle Files Lawsuit in California Court against HP Enterprise Over Solaris Software Issues

Oracle Files Lawsuit in California Court against HP Enterprise Over Solaris Soft

The legal battle between Oracle Corp. and Hewlett-Packard is back to the court room.

On Tuesday, Redwood City, California based Oracle filed a lawsuit which alleged that Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. partnered with Terix Computer Co. which is a third-party seller to support Oracle's Solaris operating system in improper ways. In regular basis, customers need to buy technical support from Oracle rather than from third parties which also generates a substantial amount of revenue for the global computer technology corporation.

Shares of Newly Formed HP Enterprise Rises as Its CEO Reassure About Strong Demand

Shares of Newly Formed HP Enterprise Rises as Its CEO Reassure About Strong DemandShares of the newly formed Hewlett Packard Enterprise climbed as CEO, Meg Whitman reassured the investors regarding the strong demand for corporate technology in the company's inaugural earnings report. It also provided justification for her move that lead to spinning off Hewlett-Packard into two companies.

After a Split, HP Enterprise’s CEO, Meg Whitman Hints at Early Success

After a Split, HP Enterprise’s CEO, Meg Whitman Hints at Early Success

Meg Whitman's bold move to spin off Hewlett-Packard might not have been a bad idea after all. An inaugural earnings report reassured the investors, giving the move an early support with a profit forecast for the current quarter which might surpass estimates of some analysts.

Interrupting Carly Fiorina’s Speech in Texas a Curtain Collapses

Interrupting Carly Fiorina’s Speech in Texas a Curtain CollapsesAs Carly Fiorina, the ex- Hewlett-Packard CEO and Republican presidential hopeful candidate was speaking to a group about forty wo

HP’s Quarterly Revenue Drops; Weak Forecast Slides Stocks

HP’s Quarterly Revenue Drops; Weak Forecast Slides Stocks

As Hewlett-Packard Co. gears up to split into two businesses, it reported a drop in the last quarter's sales as well as profit.

On Thursday, the company's stock also dropped in late trading hours. The forecast for the October quarter announced by the computer maker also could not keep up with the market expectations. The last quarter results mirror how HP is struggling with the number of challenges it faces. By the end of this year the company will be splitting into two companies.

14 cloud-enabled eHealth centres in India to be set up by HP

14 cloud-enabled eHealth centres in India to be set up by HPWith a plan to help convey quality and competitive health awareness to individuals living in remote regions of India, Hewlett-Packard (HP) on Wednesday affirmed that the organization will extend its cloud-empowered eHealth focuses (eHC) in the nation.

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