Year-to-Date: Down 44 Percent
From a February high near $30 per share, Hewlett-Packard shares have been battered by a bleak PC market and, last month, an announcement that the company would take an $8 billion write-down related to its acquisition of Autonomy. Hewlett-Packard also alleged that it was misled in the $11 billion purchase. While some investors view the company as being more valuable as two separate entities, few expect CEO Meg Whitman to take HP in that direction.
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