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Thu, Jul 23 2015

CA appeals court revives long-running class suit over HP notebooks

- A California appeals court has reinstated parts of a proposed nationwide class action, originally filed in 2003, that accuses Hewlett-Packard Co of selling notebook computers with a defect that caused their screens to go dark.

BRIEF-Anoto confirms talks with HP

* Has chosen to disclose that discussions with OEM customer are held with HP

Republican Fiorina raises $1.4 million for U.S. presidential bid

- Carly Fiorina has raised $1.4 million since launching her U.S. presidential bid in May, a slow start for the former Hewlett-Packard Co chief executive compared with others in the crowded Republican field.

BRIEF-Shanghai Shenhua signs auto services platforms deal with Brilliance Auto, HP China

* Says signs auto services platforms agreement with Brilliance Auto and HP (China)

David Donatelli joins Oracle from HP

June 18 - Oracle Corp named David Donatelli as executive vice president of its converged infrastructure business, which includes engineered systems, servers, storage and networking products.

HP pays $100 million to settle Autonomy-related class-action suit

AMSTERDAM - Hewlett-Packard agreed on Tuesday to pay $100 million to settle a class-action lawsuit stemming from its ill-fated 2011 acquisition of British software company Autonomy.

UPDATE 1-HP pays $100 mln to settle Autonomy-related class-action suit

* HP does not admit any wrongdoing (Updates with quotes from PGGM)

REFILE-HP pays $100 mln to settle shareholder class-action suit

AMSTERDAM, June 9 - Dutch pension fund manager PGGM said on Tuesday Hewlett-Packard had agreed to pay $100 million to settle a class-action lawsuit relating to the company's 2011 acquisition of Autonomy, a "big data" analysis company.

HP pays $100 mln to settle shareholder class-action suit

AMSTERDAM - Dutch pension fund manager PGGM said on Tuesday Hewlett-Packard had agreed to pay $100 million to settle a class-auction lawsuit relating to the company's 2011 acquisition of Autonomy, a "big data" analysis company.

BRIEF-Rapidcloud says Hewlett Packard joined its partnership with CS Loxinfo

* Says announces Hewlett Packard has joined its strategic partnership with CS Loxinfo PCL Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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