Hewlett-Packard is at the center of another storm. Immediately following the sudden resignation of CEO Mark Hurd, the stock lost more than $9 billion in market cap. This is a shock to shareholders who saw returns of 130 percent since Hurd took over in 1995 versus a 15 percent gain for the Nasdaq over the same period.
So what should investors do now? Share your opinion below:
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