Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL): Prices for notebook panels have fallen because of weak demand from markets awaiting the release of Windows 8 (NASDAQ:MSFT) and because of the lack of recovery in North American and European economies, according to DigiTimes, citing industry sources. DisplaySearch witnessed a $1 drop with 13.1-, 14.0-, and 15.6-inch notebook panel prices by the end of August. The shares closed at $11.12, down $0.14 or 1.24% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $11.16 to $18.36.
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Hewlett-Packard Comp (NYSE:HPQ): HP Enterprise Services has announced that the State of Minnesota Department of Public Safety, or DPS, signed a $41 million system-integration agreement with Hewlett-Packard for the development of the Minnesota Licensing and Registration System (MNLARS) for the Driver and Vehicle Services, or DVS, Division. HP is to work alongside = DPS to standardize processes and develop an integrated system housing 6.4 million vehicle records and 4.1 million driver history records. Based on the HP DMV Solution and using HP Applications Development Services and HP Applications Modernization Services, the user-centric MNLARS should facilitate interaction among 40,000 users, which includes DVS business partners, law enforcement agencies, court system and federal agencies, to provide near real-time access to verified data. The shares closed at $17.21, down $0.37 or 2.1% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $17.41 to $30.00.
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