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HP's CEO Search

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"The board is looking for an executive search company to help find a replacement for Carly Fiorina, who resigned Feb. 8 at the request of directors who no longer felt she could execute on the strategy she had laid out for the Palo Alto, Calif., company."

"Cal Braunstein, an analyst with Robert Frances Group Inc., said that before finding a CEO, the board needs to decide what kind of company it wants HP to be."

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