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List of Hewlett-Packard executive leadership

This List of Hewlett-Packard executive leadership includes chairmen, presidents and CEOs of Hewlett-Packard.

  • Co-founder: David Packard (President: 1947; Chairman: 1964–1969; Chairman 1971–1993)
  • Co-founder: William Hewlett (Vice President: 1947; Executive Vice President: 1957; President: 1964; CEO: 1969; Chairman of the Executive Committee 1978; Vice Chairman 1983–1987)
  • CEO: John A. Young (1978–October 31, 1992)
  • CEO: Lewis Platt (November 1, 1992–July 18, 1999; Chairman 1993–July 18, 1999)
  • Chairman: Richard Hackborn (January, 2000–September 22, 2000; Lead Independent Director September 22, 2006–)
  • CEO: Carly Fiorina (July 19, 1999–February 9, 2005; Chairwoman September 22, 2000–February 9, 2005)
  • President: Michael Capellas[1] (May 3, 2002 to November 12, 2002)
  • Interim CEO: Robert Wayman (February 9, 2005–March 28, 2005)
  • Chairwoman: Patricia C. Dunn (February 9, 2005–September 22, 2006).
  • President and CEO: Mark Hurd (CEO: April 1, 2005–August 6, 2010; Chairman: September 22, 2006–August 6, 2010)
  • Interim CEO: Cathie Lesjak (August 6, 2010–September 30, 2010)
  • President and CEO: Léo Apotheker (September 30, 2010–September 22, 2011)
  • President and CEO: Meg Whitman (September 22, 2011–present ; Chairman: July 18, 2014–present)
  • Executive Chairman: Raymond J. Lane (September 22, 2011–April 4, 2013[2])

References

  1. ^ Dignan, Larry; Ian Fried; Dawn Kawamoto; John Spooner (2002-11-12). "Capellas leaves HP". silicon.com. Retrieved 2011-09-27. 
  2. ^ "HP Press Release on April 4, 2013". Retrieved 2013-04-05. 
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