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Q&A: Phil McKinney, Former CTO, HP (Concl): 'Killer Questions' - on WebOS, Meg Whitman & More

Phil_McKinney_photo1_square_smallSo what really happened with the Palm acquisition and webOS? What went wrong during the short reign of Leo Apootheker? And what to make of Meg Whitman as CEO?

In the conclusion of my recent conversation with Phil McKinney, the recently retired chief technology officer for HP - and author of the new book, Beyond The Obvious - I have to ask about all these things, and what, in his view, it could mean for HP over the near term.

Beyond_The_Obvious_FINALQ&A: PHIL MCKINNEY (CONCL): 'KILLER QUESTIONS' - ON WEBOS, MEG WHITMAN & MORE On WebOS

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“Through persuasive arguments and Q&A's with the major players in advertising, Mathieson makes an excellent case for greater creativity and outside-the-box thinking backed up with solid ideas."

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