Yes Hewlett-Packard, "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." But, UBS analyst Steven Milunovich thinks it may be your only hope to get stock prices back up.
With a 44.8 percent loss for the year, NYSE:HPQ is struggling with management and failing division of their company.
The company's current position is maintaining "One HP", with the belief that the company is stronger together, rather than apart. Whether "prompted by activists or private equity", HP may need to reconsider that stance, according to UBS.
Milunovich explained that some parts of the business are dragging down the better ones. So by cutting those anchor ties, the company's stock may still be able to float. Milunovich estimated the value of the company's parts could be over $20 a share, versus the current $14.27.
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