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The 10 Biggest HP News Stories Of 2020 (So Far)

From battling Xerox's hostile takeover bid, to meeting demand for work-from-home PCs, to launching new products in print and personal systems, here are the top HP Inc. stories from the first half of the year.

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HP's Year So Far

The first half of 2020 was a tumultuous period across the business world, and arguably, HP Inc. was as busy as any tech company out there. Battling a hostile takeover bid from Xerox, meeting the sudden surge in demand for PCs due to the COVID-19 pandemic and working to supply crucial 3-D printed medical parts were among the major events for Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP during the first six months of the year. And all the while, the company had to keep its attention on managing impacted businesses such as printer supplies while releasing new products and supporting its channel partners. "What we are doing is we are staying very close to our partners," HP CEO Enrique Lores said in an interview with CRN in late March. "As you know, partners are the lifeblood of HP. And we are making an incredible effort to stay close to them, to understand what their needs are, and to see how we can support them ... We want to support them in any way they need."

What follows is our roundup of the 10 biggest HP news stories of 2020 so far.

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