HP chairman resigns after shareholder vote
April 4 (Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Chairman and Silicon Valley venture capitalist Ray Lane said on Thursday that he had decided to step down after reflecting on the shareholder vote and to reduce distractions.
Lane won 58.88 percent of shareholder votes, which was announced during the company's annual meeting last month.
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