SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co appointed Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman its chairman on Thursday and enlisted Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld as an independent director, adding a 12th member to its board.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17 (Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co appointed Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman its chairman on Thursday and enlisted Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld as an independent director, adding a 12th member to its board.
CEO Meg Whitman has been named H-P's (NYSE: HPQ ) new chairman. In addition, Alcoa CEO/chairman Klaus Kleinfeld is joining the board, increasing its size to 12 directors. Whitman's appointment comes shortly after Ralph Whitworth stepped
which allows the fan to rotate more slowly than on other aircraft, opened the door to the application of advanced aluminum alloys that offer price and weight advantages over titanium designs, Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld says. 1 comment!
improve as the global economy gradually recovers, as reflected by higher global GDP growth. After a brief stint as COO, Klaus Kleinfeld was elected CEO in May 2008 and named chairman in April 2010. Before joining Alcoa, Kleinfeld spent more than 20 years
we expect EBITDA generation to improve, with some opportunity for the company to reduce its leverage through cash flow. Klaus Kleinfeld was elected CEO in May 2008 after a brief stint as COO and was named chairman in April 2010. Before joining Alcoa, Kleinfeld
operating income improved 28.6% sequentially and 37.5% relative to the same period last year. In recent quarters, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld has trumpeted the notion that the company's Engineered Products and Solutions business, which is highly leveraged to the aerospace
2014 Earnings Conference Call July 8, 2014 5:00 pm ET Executives Kelly Pasterick - Vice President of Investor Relations Klaus Kleinfeld - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer William F. Oplinger - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Analysts
way by generating 58% of companywide revenue and 76% of operating income. During the company’s earnings call, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld was excited to note that the company had increased its 2014 global aerospace growth expectation by 1%. Alcoa’s EPS business
reiterate our conviction that the stock remains undervalued. In our view, 2013 was a very constructive year for Alcoa. CEO Klaus Kleinfeld delivered on his objective to further establish the company as a major player in the downstream fabricated aluminum industry