HP's sole beacon of hope

Meg Whitman faces a formidable task in lifting HP out of the doldrums and it's the company's printing division that looks set to give her the neccesary breathing space.

Meg Whitman has a laundry list of things to do at HP: Arrest a rapid decline in its personal computer unit, compete better on enterprise services, and figure out a strategy as mobile devices eat into personal computer sales.

That leaves one still-bright spot in Hewlett-Packard's beaten-up portfolio - printing.

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