Making the commitment to 100% renewables in March 2016 gave employees in the new entity a sense of purpose

In November 2015, the venerable Hewlett-Packard Corporation, formed by David Packard and Bill Hewlett in a Palo Alto, California garage in 1939, split into two new companies: Hewlett Packard Enterprises and HP Inc.

The latter company, which is focused on the printing and personal computing market, has 50,000 employees and...

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