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Hewlett Packard Should Retool 25,000 Jobs, Not Cut Jobs

Hewlett Packard, as reported by Bloomberg, is considering cutting 25,000 jobs or eight percent of its workforce to save $1.2 billion. HP should keep all those jobs and invest some of its $8 billion in cash into figuring out how to leverage the creative brainpower of people who know more about how to fix HP: Employees.

These potential cuts to the workforce are reportedly due to ebbing demand for computers and services, particularly in the enterprise services group.

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