After Hewlett-Packard splits in two later this year, Meg Whitman will be CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, the forthcoming corporate computing and networking company, and Dion Weisler will head up HP Inc., the printing and PC company, the company announced today.
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While the appointments aren't a surprise, it's worth noting that several of HP's most senior executives will be staying close to Whitman as part of Enterprise:
At HP Inc., all of the following will report to Weisler, with Whitman becoming chairman of the board. There's still no CFO, general counsel or chief marketing officer, and a search to fill those jobs is still under way.
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