CNBC Transcript: CNBC Exclusive: CNBC’s David Faber Speaks with Hewlett-Packard Chairman & CEO Meg Whitman on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Today

WHEN: Today, Friday, May 22nd

WHERE: CNBC's "Squawk on the Street"

Following is the unofficial transcript of a CNBC EXCLUSIVE interview with Hewlett-Packard Chairman & CEO Meg Whitman and CNBC's David Faber on "Squawk on the Street" (M-F, 9AM-11AM ET) today. Following is a link to the interview on CNBC.com:http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000382233.

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DAVID FABER: JOINING US IS MEG WHITMAN BREAKING DOWN THIS QUARTER. SHE IS THE CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF HEWLETT-PACKARD. GOOD MORNING, MEG.

MEG WHITMAN: GOOD MORNING. GLAD TO BE HERE.

FABER: WOULD LOVE TO START OFF WITH THE BIG PICTURE HERE WHICH IS NOW THAT YOU'VE BEEN INTO THIS FOR, I GUESS IT IS OVER SIX MONTHS PROBABLY AT THIS POINT, WHY DO YOU STILL FEEL, IN FACT, YOU HAVE SAID YOU FEEL MORE STRONGLY THAN EVER THAT IT IS RIGHT TO SPLIT THIS COMPANY?

WHITMAN: YEAH. WELL WE'VE BEEN AT IT NOW FOR SIX MONTHS. AND I AM MORE CONVINCED THAN EVER THIS IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO. I'LL TELL YOU A COUPLE REASONS WHY. OUR MARKETS ARE MOVING AT LIGHTNING SPEED. BOTH THE ENTERPRISE MARKET AS WELL AS THE PRINTING AND PC MARKET. AND WE NEED TO BE FASTER, WE NEED TO BE MORE NIMBLE, WE NEED TO HAVE A COST STRUCTURE THAT IS APPROPRIATE FOR THE COMPETITORS THAT WE FACE IN BOTH THOSE BUSINESSES. AND THE OPPORTUNITIES ARE ENORMOUS. AND IT'S GOING TO BE EASIER TO CAPTURE THEM AS TWO SEPARATE, REALLY FOCUSED COMPANIES. AND I'LL JUST TELL YOU, AS THE CEO, IT IS HARD EVERY DAY TO GO FROM INKJET PRINTERS TO SUPERDOME INTEGRITY X SERVERS RUNNING SEQUEL. TO GO FROM IN A LEAP OF 10, 20 TO A HUGE GOVERNMENT CONTRACT WHERE WE ARE RUNNING THE BACK BONE OF ONE OF THE BIG GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. SO I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE GREAT FOR CUSTOMERS, GREAT FOR EMPLOYEES AND ULTIMATELY GREAT FOR SHAREHOLDERS.

FABER: FOR THE FIRST TIME THE COMPANY GAVE US AN ESTIMATE AT LEAST OF THE SAVINGS. THE ANNUAL SAVINGS YOU BELIEVE YOU WILL REALIZE ON A RUN RATE BASIS. $1 BILLION EVENTUALLY. NOT NEXT YEAR, NOT THE YEAR AFTER, BUT FAIRLY SOON AFTER THAT. DOES THAT NUMBER SURPRISE YOU, MEG? EITHER ON THE UPSIDE OR PERHAPS HAD YOU EXPECTED THAT YOU WOULD FIND EVEN MORE IN COST SAVINGS AS YOU MOVE THROUGH THE SEPARATION?

WHITMAN: WELL, YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER WE'VE TAKEN ABOUT, OH BOY, ALMOST $10 BILLION OF COST OUT OF THIS COMPANY ALREADY. WE ARE DOWN NET 55,000 EMPLOYEES FROM JUST 3.5 YEARS AGO. SO WE'VE DONE A LOT OF THIS WORK, BUT AS WE HAVE EVALUATED EVERY LINE ITEM, EVERY BUSINESS PROCESS FOR THESE TWO COMPANIES, WE HAVE FOUND MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO BE EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE THROUGH CHANGING OUR BUSINESS PROCESSES. AND AS I SAID, THIS IS IMPORTANT FOR US TO BE AS LEAN AND COST COMPETITIVE AS WE CAN BE, BECAUSE YOU KNOW THE COMPETITORS WE FACE AROUND THE GLOBE. AND THE MORE COST EFFECTIVE WE ARE WITH THE BETTER SOLUTIONS AND THE MORE R&D WE CAN FUND, THE MORE SUCCESSFUL WE WILL BE. SO I ACTUALLY THOUGHT $1 BILLION WAS ROUGHLY WHAT I EXPECTED. I WAS PLEASED THAT THE DISSYNERGIES WERE AS LOW AS THEY ARE. WE SAID YESTERDAY ABOUT 400 TO 450 MILLION OF DISSYNERGIES, MEANING YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE TWO CFOs, TWO GENERAL COUNSELS AND TWO TAX DEPARTMENTS. I WAS PLEASED THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO OFFSET THAT COST, A LITTLE MORE THAN HALF OF IT IN '16 AND MORE THAN ALL OF IT IN '17. SO I WAS PLEASED BY THAT.

FABER: MEG, WE'VE BEEN SPEAKING NOW QUARTER AFTER QUARTER. IN THE EARLY DAYS OF THE TURNAROUND, SO TO SPEAK, THAT YOU WERE ENGINEERING, IT CERTAINLY HAD BEEN YOUR HOPE THAT IN 2015 THERE WOULD BE REVENUE GROWTH. NOW, THERE ISN'T. AND CERTAINLY, YOU'VE BEEN DEALING WITH A VERY STRONG DOLLAR. AND SO DOWN SEVEN, IT WAS REALLY DOWN TWO ON CONSTANT CURRENCY. BUT I THINK IT'S 15 OF THE LAST 16 QUARTERS HAVE NOT SHOWN REVENUE GROWTH. IS IT YOUR BELIEF THAT ONCE THESE COMPANIES ARE SPLIT, HP ENTERPRISES AND PERHAPS EVEN HP INC., WILL ACTUALLY SHOW TOPLINE GROWTH?

WHITMAN: SO THAT'S THE INTENT. OBVIOUSLY, HEWLETT-PACKARD ENTERPRISE WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN MARKETS THAT ARE GROWING FASTER THAN HP INC. BUT MY VIEW IS, BOTH COMPANIES SHOULD GROW. PROBABLY HEWLETT-PACKARD ENTERPRISE A BIT FASTER THAN HP INC. SO YEAH, THAT IS THE OBJECTIVE. AND I WILL SAY, CURRENCY HAS BEEN A PROBLEM THIS YEAR. AND IT'S A REAL SHAME IN MANY WAYS BECAUSE, YES, IT WAS NEGATIVE 2% IN CONSTANT CURRENCY, BUT WHEN YOU LOOK AT WHAT – WHEN WE RAISED PRICES TO COVER SOME OF THE CURRENCY HEAD WINDS, OF COURSE THAT HAS A DILUTIVE EFFECT ON DEMAND. SO REALLY, THIS CURRENCY HURTS US IN A COUPLE OF WAYS. ONE OBVIOUSLY IS, WE GET LESS DOLLARS THAN WE HAD, BUT IT DOES REDUCE DEMAND BECAUSE OUR CUSTOMERS ARE PAYING IN LOCAL CURRENCY. SO THAT IS A SHAME REALLY. BUT YOU KNOW WHAT? WE ARE WORKING IT, WE ARE PRICING AS BEST WE CAN, WE'RE GETTING MORE PRODUCTIVITY AND WE'RE GOING TO POWER THROUGH THIS. IT IS WHAT IT IS. AND IT AFFECTS ALL U.S. COMPANIES. PERHAPS HP A BIT DISPROPORTIONALLY BECAUSE 65% OF OUR BUSINESS IS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES AND HALF OF THAT IS IN EUROPE.

FABER: YEAH. ANOTHER PLACE YOU MAY HAVE BEEN A BIT SURPRISED, AND YOU SEEMED TO INDICATE THIS IN YOUR REMARKS ON THE CONFERENCE CALL, WERE PCs. BECAUSE COMING INTO THIS YEAR, IT DID APPEAR THAT THERE WAS SOME MOMENTUM FROM THE XP REFRESH THAT WE HAVE TALKED A LOT ABOUT IN TERMS OF WINDOWS. THAT SLOWED DRAMATICALLY. I'M CURIOUS AS TO WHAT YOUR THOUGHTS ARE NOW ABOUT THE PC MARKET WHERE YOU DID TAKE SHARE, BUT IT'S NOT NECESSARILY A HIGH CLASS THING BECAUSE, OF COURSE, SHARE SEEMS TO BE GOING DOWN OVERALL OR THE MARKET DOES, I SHOULD SAY.

WHITMAN: WELL, THERE IS DEFINITELY SOFTNESS IN THE PC MARKET ON THE HEELS OF THE XP REFRESH LAST YEAR. AND THE SLOWDOWN'S BEEN MORE DRAMATIC THAN I THOUGHT. YOU'RE CORRECT. OUR TEAM HAS DONE A GREAT JOB. WE'VE GAINED SHARE IN VIRTUALLY EVERY PRODUCT CATEGORY IN EVERY REGION. DION AND HIS TEAM HAVE DONE A REMARKABLE JOB. BUT THERE IS SOFTNESS IN THE MARKET. SO OUR JOB IS TO CONTINUE TO DEVELOP THESE FANTASTIC PRODUCTS, IMMERSIVE COMPUTING. BUT WE KNOW THAT'S PROBABLY A LOW TO SLIGHTLY DECLINING GROWTH MARKET OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS. THE OTHER THING DION IS GOING TO HAVE TO FOCUS ON AT HP INC. IS OF COURSE OUR PRINTING FRANCHISE AND MAKING THE NECESSARY INVESTMENTS IN 3-D PRINT AS WELL.

FABER: YEAH I KNOW. MY FRIEND HERE, MR. CRAMER, HAS BEEN VERY INTERESTED IN YOUR ABILITY TO DEVELOP PRODUCTS IN 3-D.

JIM CRAMER: YEAH. MEG, YOU KNOW, I SPENT TIME WITH YOUR 3-D WITH DION AND I JUST THINK IT'S SO IMPRESSIVE. I SAID START SELLING AND GET OUT STRATASYS, GET OUT OF 3D SYSTEMS. I'VE BEEN SAYING IT NOW LITERALLY FOR MONTHS BECAUSE I THINK THAT YOUR ITERATION IS SO MUCH MORE SUCCESSFUL. YOU'RE STICKING WITH THE 2016, STICKING WITH THE SYSTEMWIDE BUSINESS. IN OTHER WORDS YOU WILL GO AND BRING THINGS IN 3-D. BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY, YOURS IS VASTLY SUPERIOR TO EVERYBODY ELSE'S.

WHITMAN: YEAH, NO, WE ARE EXCITED ABOUT THIS MARKET. I MEAN, 3-D PRINTING IS AT ITS MOST NASCENT STAGE, IF YOU THINK ABOUT THE CREATION OF A NEW INDUSTRY. BUT BOY, I THINK THIS HAS THE POTENTIAL TO CHANGE EVERYTHING. SO WE ARE EXCITED ABOUT IT AND WE ARE GOING TO GO AFTER IT WITH OUR PROPRIETY TECHNOLOGY. AND IT'S A RIGHT ADJACENCY FOR HP BECAUSE A LOT OF THE CORE OF THE 3-D PRINTING IS THE SAME TECHNOLOGY AS INK BEING LAID DOWN ON THE PAGE. SO WE ARE EXCITED ABOUT THAT. AND THEN OF COURSE, AS I SAID, HEWLETT-PACKARD ENTERPRISE HAS SOME REAL POCKETS OF GROWTH THAT WE NEED TO GO AFTER ON THAT SIDE OF BUSINESS.

FABER: YEAH. AND YOU KNOW, MEG, YESTERDAY AT THIS TIME WE WERE TALKING A BIT ABOUT YOUR DEAL IN CHINA. OF COURSE, WITH TSINGHUA. WOULD LOVE TO COME BACK TO THAT. IS IT YOUR BELIEF – LET ME ASK THE QUESTION, IS IT YOUR BELIEF THAT IN ORDER TO OPERATE EFFECTIVELY IN CHINA THESE DAYS YOU HAVE TO BE PART OF A CHINESE-CONTROLLED COMPANY? OTHERWISE THE GOVERNMENT IS GOING TO KEEP PENALIZING YOU?

WHITMAN: WELL, YOU HAVE TO BE PART OF THE CHINESE COMMUNITY, THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY, THE CONNECTIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT. WE HAVE A VERY VALUABLE ASSET THERE CALLED H3C PLUS HP CHINA'S SERVERS AND STORAGE AND OUR TS CONSULTING. WE SAW AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMBINE, FORM A JV, WITH ONE OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS IN CHINA, WHICH IS TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, WHICH IS REALLY, IF IT WERE IN THE UNITED STATES, IT WOULD ALMOST BE A COMBINATION OF HARVARD AND MIT. I MEAN, IT IS THE PREMIER UNIVERSITY IN CHINA. AND THAT I THINK IS GOING TO BE VERY HELPFUL. WE'RE GOING TO BE PART OF THE COMMUNITY, WE'LL HAVE A GREAT PARTNER WITH TREMENDOUS RESEARCH CAPABILITIES. AND WE ALSO, I THINK, HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REDEFINE THE I.T. LANDSCAPE IN CHINA. SO IN ONE MOVE, WE GOT A CHINESE PARTNER AND REDEFINED THE LANDSCAPE WITH A VERY, VERY SET OF VALUABLE ASSETS AND I.P. AND CHINA IS AN IMPORTANT MARKET FOR US. IT'S A VERY DIFFERENT MARKET. IT'S DIFFICULT FOR U.S. COMPANIES, BUT I'M REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THIS. AND REALLY, REALLY APPRECIATE THE INDIVIDUALS AT TSINGHUA WHO HAVE BEEN DRIVING THIS.

FABER: YOU KNOW MEG, THERE IS A PART OF YOUR COMPANY OBVIOUSLY THAT DEALS WITH SECURITY. AND WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT CHINA AND THEIR THEFT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND THERE IS NO REAL MISTAKE ABOUT IT. I'LL SAY IT, YOU DON'T HAVE TO, I HAVE REPORTED ON IT. I WONDER, DO YOU FEEL SAFE IN THE REST OF YOUR BUSINESSES WHEN YOU'RE DOING BUSINESS WITH THE CHINESE IN THE WAY THAT YOU ARE?

WHITMAN: SO LISTEN, A LOT OF THE I.P. EXISTS IN CHINA AND THE H3C ORGANIZATION AND HAS FOR YEARS. OBVIOUSLY, WHAT WE WILL PUT INTO THIS JOINT VENTURE, THAT THIS JOINT VENTURE WILL OEM OUR SERVERS AND OUR STORAGE FROM THE UNITED STATES. AND WE WILL DO THE BEST JOB WE CAN TO PROTECT THAT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. I THINK TSINGHUA IS ONE OF THE BEST ON THIS DIMENSION. BUT OBVIOUSLY, YOU'VE GOT TO BE CAREFUL OF YOUR I.P. ASSETS AND IT'S A CHALLENGE. AND NOT ONLY IN CHINA, IT IS A CHALLENGE IN A LOT OF OTHER COUNTRIES, AS WELL.

CRAMER: MEG, LET ME FOLLOW UP ON THAT. SECURITY VERY IMPORTANT. WHY DID YOU PICK FIREEYE? I'VE BEEN SPENDING SOME TIME WITH DAVE DEWALT, YOU MENTIONED HIM IN THE TENTH PARAGRAPH AS BEING VERY IMPORTANT FOR HEWLETT.

WHITMAN: YEAH. SO WE HAVE A BIG SECURITIES PRACTICE IN OUR ENTERPRISE SERVICES BUSINESS. IN FACT WE HAVE 5,000 SECURITY PROFESSIONALS WHO DO A LOT OF SIMILAR WORK TO FIREEYE. AND FIREEYE WANTED A PARTNER TO ACTUALLY EXTEND THEIR MARKET REACH. SO IT WAS GREAT FOR FIREEYE, GREAT FOR ENTERPRISE SERVICES AS THE DEMAND FOR SECURITY SERVICES IS UNLIKE ANYTHING I'VE SEEN RIGHT NOW. IT IS THE HOT TOPIC AS YOU KNOW FOR EVERY BOARDROOM, FOR EVERY KIND OF ORGANIZATION, WHETHER IT'S GOVERNMENT OR HEALTH CARE. SO THEY HAVE SOME EXPERTISE, WE HAVE SOME EXPERTISE AND I THINK WE WILL BE ABLE TO GROW BOTH OUR MARKETS BY THIS ARRANGEMENT. SO WE ARE EXCITED ABOUT IT. WE'LL SEE HOW IT GOES. SO FAR, IT'S OFF TO A REALLY GOOD START.

FABER: FINALLY MEG, A COUPLE OF OTHER THINGS HERE. YOU MADE A CHANGE PERSONNEL WISE. CATHY LESJAK, LONGTIME CFO OF THE COMPANY AND EXPECTED TO BE CFO OF HP ENTERPRISES ALONG WITH YOU AS CEO, IS NOW GOING TO BE CFO OF HP INC. WHY ARE YOU DOING THAT?

WHITMAN: YEAH. WELL, THAT WAS THE ORIGINAL PLAN. AND YOU KNOW, I HAVE LOVED WORKING WITH CATHY. SHE'S BEEN AN INCREDIBLE PARTNER OVER THE LAST 3.5, 4 YEARS. AND SO WE THOUGHT WE WOULD STAY TOGETHER. AND THEN DION WENT OUT IN THE MARKET TO LOOK FOR AN EXPERIENCED CFO WHICH HE NEEDS BECAUSE I WANT A CFO WHO HAS PUBLIC COMPANY EXPERIENCE BECAUSE HE IS GOING TO BE A NEW CEO. AND AS WE LOOKED IN THE MARKETPLACE, ONE DAY WE SAID, YOU KNOW WHAT? CATHY IS THE PERFECT PERSON TO SUPPORT DION. SHE KNOWS HIS BUSINESS COLD. SHE IS A VERY EXPERIENCED PUBLIC COMPANY CFO. AND BY THE WAY, WE HAPPEN TO HAVE SOMEONE INSIDE WHO'D COME UP DRAMATICALLY IN THE LAST YEAR OR SO NAMED TIM STONESIFER WHO JOINED US FROM GM CHINA ABOUT 1.5 YEARS AGO. HE'S DONE A FANTASTIC JOB RUNNING EG. AND I CAN HAVE A CFO WHO HAS NOT BEEN A PUBLIC COMPANY CFO BECAUSE I'VE BEEN A CEO FOR SO LONG. SO THIS WORKED OUT GREAT ALL THE WAY AROUND. CONGRATULATIONS TO CATHY BECAUSE SHE HAS BUILT A GREAT BENCH DEPTH. AND I'M THRILLED FOR DION, BECAUSE HE WILL HAVE A GREAT PARTNER RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX. I WILL CONTINUE TO WORK WITH CATHY BECAUSE OF COURSE I'M THE CHAIRMAN OF HP INC. AND SHE WILL BE THE CFO OVER THERE. SO I'LL MISS HER, BUT I'LL GET TO SEE HER QUITE A BIT AS CHAIRMAN. SO I THINK THIS ACTUALLY WORKED OUT REALLY WELL FOR EVERYONE. AND WE DON'T HAVE TO BRING IN SOMEONE NEW FROM THE OUTSIDE TO LEARN THESE BUSINESSES, WHICH I CAN TELL YOU PERSONALLY, THE LEARNING CURVE ON THESE BUSINESSES IS REALLY, REALLY STEEP. AND TIM KNOWS HALF NOW OF THE HEWLETT-PACKARD ENTERPRISE BUSINESS. SO HE WILL HAVE TO LEARN SERVICES AND SOFTWARE, BUT HE IS A PRETTY QUICK STUDY.

FABER: YEAH. I WOULD THINK NOT THE LEARNING CURVE, BUT THE DIFFICULTY OF WHAT YOU ARE DOING THERE IN TERMS OF SPLITTING THESE TWO COMPANIES IS FAIRLY HIGH, AS WELL. IT'S NEVER REALLY BEEN UNDERTAKEN CREATING TWO FORTUNE 50 COMPANIES. AND MEG I'M CURIOUS, WHEN YOU ARE IN A FORUM WHERE YOU HAVE OTHER CEOS – I MEAN WE ALL KNOW, JIM AND I, THAT THERE'S A LOT OF CHATTER THESE DAYS ABOUT SIMPLIFICATION, ABOUT HOW FAST THE MARKET IS MOVING AND THEREFORE, THE IDEA OF SPLITTING COMPANIES. DO YOU GET ASKED BY OTHER CEOs, BY SOME OF YOUR PEERS OUT THERE, HOW IT'S GOING, BECAUSE THEY MAY BE THINKING ABOUT IT?

WHITMAN: YEAH, I GET ASKED ALL THE TIME. BECAUSE THIS IS DIFFERENT THAN A LITTLE CARVE-OFF WHICH HAS BEEN DONE MANY TIMES. THIS IS REALLY THE CREATION OF TWO NEW FORTUNE 50 COMPANIES THAT CAN BE MUCH MORE FOCUSED ON THEIR MARKETS. AND EVERYONE IS WATCHING TO SEE HOW THIS GOES. CAN WE PROVE OUT THE THESIS THAT MORE FOCUS AND SMALLER SCALE IS IMPORTANT IN A WORLD WHERE SPEED MATTERS MORE THAN JUST ABOUT ANYTHING ELSE? SO YEAH, I GET A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT IT. THE GOOD NEWS IS WE NOW HAVE AN ENTERPRISE SERVICES PRACTICE THAT IS HELPING US SEPARATE THE COMPANIES. SO IF OTHER COMPANIES WANT TO DO IT, WE HAVE A SERVICES BUSINESS THAT CAN HELP YOU UNTANGLE THE I.T. AT LEAST.

FABER: BUT WHEN YOU ARE ASKED THE QUESTION, AND THEY SAY IS IT WORTH IT, DO YOU SAY DON'T DO IT? DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME?

WHITMAN: NO. I SAY THIS IS TOTALLY THE RIGHT THING TO DO. YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE HOW MUCH – I CAN ALREADY FEEL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE COMPANIES IN TERMS OF ACCOUNTABILITY, FOCUS, COST – MORE FOCUS ON COST. LESS OF THAT INSATIABLE DESIRE TO HIRE. I MEAN, IT IS REALLY – YOU CAN ALMOST SEE IT CHANGE IN THE CULTURE BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES IN A REALLY POSITIVE WAY. SO I'M EXCITED ABOUT IT. AND BOY, WE HAVE LOOKED AT EVERY PROCESS, EVERY COST THAT WE ARE SPENDING AND, AS YOU POINTED OUT EARLIER, THERE IS A LOT MORE COST TO BE TAKEN OUT. AND THAT IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT WILL MAKE OUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AND SOFTWARE FAR MORE COMPETITIVE. AND THAT'S THE NAME OF THE GAME.

FABER: MEG, IT IS ALWAYS VERY MUCH APPRECIATE YOUR JOINING US. MEG WHITMAN, CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF HEWLETT-PACKARD.

WHITMAN: THANK YOU.

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