These 3 Dow 30 Tech Stocks are Getting Slapped Down Now

The Dow is down again on Wednesday, dropping 0.54 percent to its current stance of 12,863.

Hewlett-Packard Company’s (NYSE:HPQ) CEO Meg Whitman needs to find a way to place the former industry major on ‘the path to recovery’ or to help it reinvent itself, according to Fortune, and not stay with her current formula of “do what we do, only better”.

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Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows 8 should register on the Taiwanese LCD market by the fourth quarter through its effects, which will stabilize the market and then lead to growth, says Digitimes.

Verizon Wireless’s (NYSE:VZ) (NASDAQ:VOD) intention to spend $3.6 billion to purchase airwaves from cable providers, sparks worries in the FCC and in the Department of Justice of monopolization of the wireless market, according to sources contributing to a Bloomberg report.

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