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A Cleaner Commute
Tom Tarasoff was one of 10 HP sales reps in Southern California who traded in his petroleum-based Ford Taurus for a methanol-based vehicle. The measure was part of a two-year experiment to help minimi ...
A French Connection: HP Grenoble
Hewlett-Packard’s Grenoble, France, facility was founded in 1970. It would later become a key facility for the production of Hewlett-Packard PCs for the European market.
A Heinz Family Foundation Honor
The Heinz Awards are given out annually by the Heinz Family Foundation to recognize individuals who had made important contributions in various areas of modern life. Bill and Dave jointly received the ...
A Network of Networks
HP’s employee groups were heavily localized and driven by grassroots actors, resulting in a wide range of organizations throughout the company. This table, printed in a U.S. publication, helped employ ...
A NewWave of Technology
Windows 3.0 users got a boost with HP NewWave, an information tool that was designed as an integrated software system. Customers could test the solution with an interactive disk to experience the brea ...
A Personal Greeting: Printable Expressions
Users could customize their own greeting cards with a Printable Expression kit, which included a CD-ROM, paper supplies and a color Inkjet printer. It was Hewlett-Packard’s first product targeting the ...
A Presidential Visit: Packard in China
On his last trip to China in 1995, Dave Packard (right) visited his old friend Jiang Zemin, then sitting-president of the People’s Republic of China.
All Aboard the Viking Express
Viking Express was an email package that combined Ericsson’s wireless modem technology with the computing power of an HP 95X palmtop to offer wireless email, a novel concept at a time when it was typi ...
Being a Good Neighbor
Employees of the Vancouver, Washington, office painted the city’s Red Cross building as part of the 1998 United Way Day of Caring. HP employees had worked on dozens of local projects over the years, i ...
Black Employees Forum
The Black Employees Forum was HP’s oldest resource group, with roots dating back to the 1970s — long before resource groups were formally organized or empowered. By 1995, when John Blue (left) and Art ...