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April 29th, 2007

H-P on the rise

And while the company may have lost its crown as Silicon Valley's innovation leader to companies such as Apple Inc. and Google Inc., it's beginning to put more emphasis on creating new technology again in areas ranging from nanotechnology to its bread-and-butter business of printers and ink.


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