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14. Hewlett-Packard
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 14 (Previous rank: 14)
Compare tool: Hewlett-Packard vs. Top 10
CEO: Mark V. Hurd
Address: 3000 Hanover St.
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Phone: 650-857-1501
The turnaround of HP under Chief Executive Mark Hurd is in full swing. Not only did the tech giant outpace competitor Dell in computer sales, it also outsold Sun Microsystems and IBM in the server market.

The fact that 67% of its sales come from abroad has helped HP weather the U.S. economic slump and post a healthy 2007 profit.

One hiccup: Its printer division continues to sag.

Revenues 104,286.0 13.8
Profits 7,264.0 17.2
Assets 88,699.0
Stockholders' equity 38,526.0
Market value (3/28/2008) 113,625.6
Revenues 7.0
Assets 8.2
Stockholders' equity 18.9
2007 $ 2.68
% change from 2006 22.9
1997-2007 annual growth rate % 6.2
2007 23.4
1997-2007 annual rate 8.4
1 Hewlett-Packard 14 104,286.0
2 Dell 34 61,133.0
3 Apple 103 24,006.0
4 Xerox 144 17,228.0
5 Sun Microsystems 184 13,873.0
6 NCR 391 6,193.0
7 Pitney Bowes 399 6,129.8
From the May 5, 2008 issue
Figures are for fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2007.
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