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U.S. stock indexes were down Wednesday morning as oil prices rose overnight and Hewlett-Packard turned in a positive financial report. Crude oil rose slightly to $114.90 per barrel.
BOSTON, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- OnForce, the world's largest marketplace for IT and CE service professionals, today announced the appointment of Marty Cagan to the company's board of directors.
By Elizabeth Stuart Deseret News PROVO -- Since Socrates first sat down with Plato, the study of philosophy has been about the same: analyze, discuss, write papers. But, lately, a philosophy class at Brigham Young University has gotten a little more animated. Literally.
By Drake Lucas, The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass. Jul. 20--NORTH ANDOVER -- Most students just live at Brooks during the school year, but the private high school is home for John Packard. Packard has lived and taught at the boarding school for 18 years.
Summer is here and great memories can be created and treasured forever, especially with Hewlett Packard's (HP) WiFi printers. Hewlett Packard and the Mail on Sunday have teamed up to create an online guide to fantastic family days out across Britain.
By Elizabeth Stuart Deseret News PROVO -- He spent years framing the plot, getting to know the characters and ironing out the dialog. He planned all the camera shots, coached the actors and threaded it seamlessly into a full- length feature film.
By Andrew Webb Journal Staff Writer The planned opening of a Hewlett-Packard call center in Rio Rancho may come at a cost to 800 employees in Colorado Springs, highlighting the often ephemeral nature of incentive-driven business recruitment.
BOSTON, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Carbonite, Inc., the leading provider of online backup services to consumers and small businesses, today announced it has signed a partnership agreement with Packard Bell.
Rio Rancho has got to be the envy of cities nationwide with the announcement last week that computer giant Hewlett Packard will open a technical support center here that could eventually employ 1,300 people -- with an annual payroll of $50 million to $60 million.
By DAN BOYD Journal Capitol Bureau Computer giant Hewlett-Packard plans to open a technical support center in Rio Rancho that eventually could employ 1,300 people. Several hundred employees would be hired when the center opens, and the work force would be rounded out by 2012.
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- The protecting weather-shed built around the entrance to a house.