TOKYO/ OSAKA, Nov 27- Japanese electronic component makers are looking beyond a fickle smartphone market that once lured them with rocketing growth, tying their fortunes more closely to the most resilient of Japan's big industries: automobiles.» Read More
*Veghte to take over Enterprise Group. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 21- Hewlett-Packard Co shuffled its top ranks on Wednesday, reassigning a star executive to a new role identifying potential acquisitions, as the world's largest personal computer maker reported a larger-than-expected slide in revenue and forecast zero sales growth next year.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 21- Hewlett-Packard Co replaced Dave Donatelli with Bill Veghte at the helm of its second-largest business division on Wednesday, reassigning the star executive to a new role identifying potential tech acquisitions as it reported a larger-than-expected 8 percent slide in third-quarter revenue.
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