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    HP to Present Live Audio Webcast of Fourth Quarter Earnings Conference Call

    From the last webCast conference call in Oct 27th to Nov 21st for this 4Q earnings conference call , we will have almost a month. I hope something new about webOS comes then.

    PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 8, 2011

    HP will conduct a live audio webcast of its conference call to review its financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter ended Oct. 31, 2011.

    The call is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT and will be available at HP Investor Relations - Event Details.

    A replay of the audio webcast will be available at the same website shortly after the call and will remain available for approximately one year.

    About HP

    HP creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. The world’s largest technology company, HP brings together a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure at the convergence of the cloud and connectivity, creating seamless, secure, context-aware experiences for a connected world. More information about HP (NYSE: HPQ) is available at HP - United States | Laptop Computers, Desktops, Printers, Servers and more.

    Source: http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/pr...=rss-corp-news
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    HP Q4 2011 earnings report: quick reference guide.

    HP is scheduled to report its fourth quarter earnings results this Monday, November 21, 2011, after the market closes. We will post links to the news release, financials, slide presentations, and other information as it becomes available here at Data Central and on Twitter/Stocktwits at @hpnews.



    You’ll also be able to follow the news on our investor relations website, the HP.com newsroom, and Facebook.



    In the meantime, catch up on HP news highlights from the past few weeks:



    - HP announces a new server based on ARM's chip design. The server is built for large data centers running applications like web services or social media and can reduce power consumption by as much as 89% (sources: The New York Times, HP news release)



    - An HP pilot shows how customer behavior can be predicted by merging social media and company data (sources: HP news release, Information Week, The New York Times)



    

    - Wired takes a closer look at the HP “public” cloud service and its use of VMware’s CloudFoundry operating system.



    - HP updates laptop lines (“Quick Look: Pavilion dm4 Goes Beats Edition,” “Hands On: New Envy 15, 17 – And A New Look,” “Quick Look: The HP Folio13”) and even more products go 3D (“TouchSmart 620 3D: Touchscreens Go 3D,” “Hands On: HP 2311gt gives you 3D On a Budget,” “Stream 1080p, 3D Content - wirelessly!)



    - “Behind the locked doors of an unmarked warehouse in a Silicon Valley industrial park, a small team of Hewlett-Packard engineers have spent the past year shooting movies, playing interactive video games on an 11-foot screen and studying the latest fashions from a high-end New York dressmaker -- all in 3-D.” – San Jose Mercury News



    - "HP Appoints Ralph Whitworth to Board of Directors"

    Link: HP Blogs - HP Q4 2011 earnings report: quick reference guide - The HP Blog Hub
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    Well, I think we already know what statements about webOS will be made. HP will still be unsure about what to do with webOS, and will be exploring strategic alternatives and strategies, blah blah, corporate jargon, blah blah blah; and a final decision will be made in "The Coming Weeks/Months". Blah Blah Blah, we still won't have an answer about what will happen to webOS.

    They'll probably pat themselves on the back about how great of a decisions it was to keep the PC business though, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartfah View Post
    Well, I think we already know what statements about webOS will be made. HP will still be unsure about what to do with webOS, and will be exploring strategic alternatives and strategies, blah blah, corporate jargon, blah blah blah; and a final decision will be made in "The Coming Weeks/Months". Blah Blah Blah, we still won't have an answer about what will happen to webOS.

    They'll probably pat themselves on the back about how great of a decisions it was to keep the PC business though, lol.
    lol Agree.

    They said in Oct 26: in a couple of months .......>Dec 26. Might be before or after Christmas. If they want to figure it out yet in between those probably dates, and if they don´t give us a webos clue this next Monday at all, and in the coming days and December . CES 2012 in Jan is the target for something new. Probably.

    Just guessing.
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    i'm not worried. whatever happens will happen in the coming months. everything will be awesome then. we will probably have flying cars in the coming months, by then we may even have new webos hardware
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    Positive attitude is great .
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    Monday will focus on Q4 revenue and earnings. I'd be surprised if there was much if anything said about WebOS other than they are reviewing options.

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    Monday will focus on Q4 revenue and earnings. I'd be surprised if there was much if anything said about WebOS other than they are reviewing options.

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    Last earningsnreport they killed webOS...


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    Quote Originally Posted by deCorvett View Post
    Last earningsnreport they killed webOS...


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    So maybe this time, Meg will whip out the Touchpad HD and the PreHD*






    * this is a joke before someone lectures me about what happens at earnings calls.
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    A Big day for webOs today.? At least APress and ABC are expecting as we any news about webOS today. Don´t we?

    Hewlett-Packard Co.'s fiscal fourth quarter earnings report, coming after the market closes Monday, will cover the first period with former eBay Inc. CEO Meg Whitman at the helm.

    Investors will be watching for any signs of deterioration in the $40 billion-plus PC business, which HP was debating selling or spinning off but decided to keep, and any commentary on the future of the WebOS software for mobile devices.

    HP is one of the world's biggest technology companies — and one of the most dysfunctional, with constant management drama.

    Analysts polled by FactSet expect that HP earned $1.13 per share, excluding items, on $32.05 billion in revenue. The fiscal fourth quarter ended Oct. 31.

    In the same period last year, HP earned $1.33 per share, excluding items, on $33.28 billion in revenue.

    Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wir...7#.TspSSZVbr_w
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    And look what's happening to the stock. Down -4% at the bell. Confidence? NOT!

    Update: Now down -5% @ 15 minutes after bell. That's abouta $3B loss in 15 minutes. Ouch... Something big is happening today.

    Mr. Buffett can you say "FireSale"? I wonder if he and Meg would get along?
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    Going on past history, if they are going to announce anything, we should get a leak a couple of hours before the actual event.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akitayo View Post
    Analysts polled by FactSet expect that HP earned $1.13 per share, excluding items, on $32.05 billion in revenue. The fiscal fourth quarter ended Oct. 31.

    In the same period last year, HP earned $1.33 per share, excluding items, on $33.28 billion in revenue.

    Source: HP to Report Fiscal 4Q Earns - ABC News
    Good info... thanks. Top line and bottom line are what people will be watching today. I don't think WebOS will be a big factor in how the stock reacts.

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    Looking at the sort of content we are now getting on the frontpage, the precentral writers must be getting pretty desperate for *anything* to talk about, so I'm sure they will be all ears tonight. :-)
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    prediction: today HP will announce that they're getting out of the printer and server business, but will double-down on webOS!
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    Nothing particularly interesting in the press release - might be a nibble in the actual earnings call:

    HP Investor Relations - Financial news

    Actually...

    Impairment of goodwill and purchased intangible assets (b) 885 (million)

    Wind down of the WebOS device business(c) 755 (million)

    (b) Includes impairment charges to goodwill and purchased intangible assets
    associated with the acquisition of Palm Inc. on July 1,2010 recorded as
    a result of the decision announced on August 18,2011 to wind down the
    webOS device business.
    (c) Includes primarily expenses for supplier-related obligations and contra
    revenue associated with sales incentive programs related to winding down
    the webOS device business.

    Are the WebOS/Palm business assess and IP now only worth @ £400 million?
    Last edited by CGK; 11/21/2011 at 03:33 PM.
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    Jeez. webOS is basically the poison that kills companies.
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    No, stupidity is the poison that kills companies.
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    Well, it destroyed Palm. It ravaged HP. Maybe there just isn't a place for webOS in the mobile space.
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