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  • Rank17
  • Previous Rank15
  • CEO
    Margaret C. Whitman
  • Address
    3000 Hanover St., Palo Alto, CA 94304
  • Website
    www.hp.com

The world’s largest computer manufacturer’s sales dropped for the third year in a row in 2013 — down 6.7% to $112.2 billion. CEO Meg Whitman has made it clear that turnaround tactics such as cutting costs and expanding into cloud computing are not likely to yield profits until 2014. Two years into her five-year plan, Whitman says the company still has “much more work to do” in order to revive growth. But, HP closed its 2013 fiscal year (ending October 31) on a relatively high note _outpacing projections for Q4 revenue and earnings — and the company’s share prices were climbing steadily in early 2014.

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Key Financials

$ Millions% change
Revenues112,298-6.7
Profits
5113
-
Total Assets105,676-
Total Shareholder Equity27,269-
Market Value (on March 31, 2014)61,326-

Profit as a % of

Sales4.6
Assets4.8
Stockholders' Equity18.8

Earnings Per Share

Earnings Per Share ($)2.62
EPS % Change (from 2012)-
EPS % Change (5 year)-4.2
EPS % Change (10 year)12.2

Total Return to Investors

Total Return to Investors101.8
Total Return to Investors (5 year, annualized)-3.5
Total Return to Investors (10 year, annualized)
3.3