Jim Cramer: Sell, Sell, Sell HPQ
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That's because in the end, this company, like Dell (DELL), is just an assembler of parts with very little added. You can assemble the parts, too. The services business, GME, bought by Mark Hurd to diversify away from hardware, is getting crushed by Accenture (ACN), IBM (IBM) and SAP (SAP). The phone business Palm, also bought to diversify, is stillborn. And finally, the networking business, which looked so promising as a competitor to Cisco (CSCO), has been crushed by that recharged colossus.
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