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HP Engineers at Play
Associates in Hewlett-Packard’s Frequency & Time (F&T) Division could apply their technological knowledge and resources to all sorts of creative activities around the office, including a miniature car ...
HP Formalizes Nondiscrimination Policy
Hewlett-Packard operated on a policy of nondiscrimination from its beginnings, but in the early years the policy was unstated. On March 6, 1964, amid the tumult of the Civil Rights movement, Dave Pack ...
HP Tradition: Annual Company Picnic
Dave Packard, Lucile Packard and Dick Arms served food to employees and their families at the 1945 company picnic. The outing was an annual event at Hewlett-Packard by 1942, the company’s third year o ...
HP-TV Studio: Quiet on the Set
Hewlett-Packard’s first in-house HP-TV television studio began at Page Mill Road around 1967. Since then, video has been an integral communication strategy for the company and has routinely been used ...
HP’s History of Nondiscrimination
Learn about the significance of the company’s nondiscrimination policy and see the original document itself inside the Hewlett-Packard Company Archives.
In Style: HP Parties & Events
Parties and events were a regular occurrence at Hewlett-Packard. In its early decades, the company was still small enough to bring together all its employees for picnics, holidays and similar occasion ...
John Young: CEO of the Year
John Young was the first CEO of Hewlett-Packard after Bill and Dave. In office from 1978–1992, he was a pivotal figure in transforming Hewlett-Packard into a computer company while still protecting th ...
Leaders with a Lighter Side
Bill and Dave might have taken their work seriously, but they didn’t take themselves too seriously. They regularly participated in comedy skits at company events, such as this one from the dedication ...
Management by Walking Around Continues
“Management by Walking Around” continued even as the company expanded throughout the globe. Managers across the company practiced it regularly, and Bill and Dave were always glad to participate when t ...
Married to the Business: Lucile Salter
Dave Packard married Lucile “Lu” Salter in 1938, shortly before the launch of Hewlett-Packard Company. Though her name didn’t appear on Hewlett-Packard Company’s employee rolls, Lucile Packard was cri ...