Hewlett-Packard has announced plans to eliminate 8 percent of its workforce, as it begins a restructuring designed to reverse a sharp decline in profit. Rapidly changing consumer preferences have hurt HP's results and the company is still developing the strategy it hopes will lead to a turnaround. Audie Cornish talks with Steve Henn.
Meat processors blame social media and their own lack of transparency for the "pink slime" storm. . But will consumers ever trust the industry when it comes to understanding how the food processing system works?
Laura Sen brings an inclusive management style that has improved morale and the bottom line — all at a company that once fired her: BJ's Wholesale Club. Sen talks about her storied career, and how she was raised by a Chinese-American dad and Irish-American "tiger mom."
U.S. customers haven't been able to buy a new Chevrolet Caprice since 1996. The 2012 Chevrolet Caprice PPV and Detective goes beyond the old black and white. Its computer system is voice activated Knight Ryder style.
The world's leading PC manufacturer has announced it will lay off 27,000 workers over the next two years — a third of those job cuts will be in the U.S. The CEO of Hewlett-Packard says the layoffs are part of a restructuring that will include greater spending on research and development.
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