Carly Fiorina and Hewlett-Packard

Carly Fiorina claims that her experience as CEO of one of America’s largest corporations qualifies her to be a United States Senator. But her track record at HP was nothing to be proud of.

Fiorina Destroyed Shareholder Value

During her tenure at HP, the company’s stock price fell from $52 per share to $21 per share – a loss of 60%, costing shareholds billions of dollars.

Fiorina Eliminated Jobs

As part of HP’s merger with Compaq, she laid off an estimated 15,000 employees… on top of the thousands of HP employees eliminated prior to the merger.

Fiorina’s Golden Parachute

When forced out of her position by the HP board of directors in February, 2005, Fiorina walked away with a $21 million severance package.

Fiorina Defended Offshoring American Jobs

During her tenure at HP, she actively lobbied against legislation that would have limited the ability of American companies to move jobs overseas.

What HP Should Have Known Before Hiring Fiorina

Carly Fiorina was widely percieved as a failure in her previous position at Lucent, and was rumored to be on her way out.

Read About Carly Fiorina’s HP Legacy

Read what Michael S. Malone, author of “Bill & Dave: How Hewlett and Packard Built the World’s Greatest Company” has to say about Fiorina… [link]

More Information about Fiorina’s Failures

The California Democratic Party has recenty launched a parody site called with additional information on Fiorina’s failures. Please note that our site is not associated with any candidate or party.

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