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HPE, a touchstone of Silicon Valley, moving headquarters to Houston to save costs, recruit talent – San Francisco Chronicle

Hewlett Packard Enterprise, whose roots date to Bill Hewlett and David Packard’s 1939 founding of their eponymous company in a Palo Alto garage, is moving to the…

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A stalwart of Silicon Valley is moving its headquarters to Texas, driven by cost savings and recruiting opportunities as the coronavirus pandemic reshapes the workplace.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, whose roots date to Bill Hewlett and David Packard’s 1939 founding of their eponymous company in a Palo Alto garage, is moving to the Houston area.
Antonio Neri, HPE’s CEO, wrote in a blog post that “in response to this new future of work, we have reevaluated our real estate site strategy to ensure that…

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