Since 2005, the Washington Monthly has ranked colleges based on what they do for the country. It’s our answer to U.S News & World Report, which relies on crude and easily manipulated measures of wealth, exclusivity, and prestige. We rank national universities—four-year institutions that award a significant number of doctoral degrees—based on their contribution to the public good in three broad categories: social mobility, research, and promoting public service.
Toshiba quietly exited the laptop business once and for all last week, ending a 35-year run by transferring its remaining minority stake in its PC business to Sharp. Two years ago, Toshiba sold an 80.1 percent stake of its PC business to Sharp for $36 million, and Sharp renamed the division Dynabook. Sharp exercised its right to buy the remaining 19.1 percent of shares back in June, and Toshiba released a statement August 4th that the deal was completed
“As a result of this transfer, Dynabook has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sharp,” Toshiba said in a statement.
For this year’s HP Reinvent global partner conference, having to rely on a virtual format didn’t translate to a shortage of news and insights for solution providers.
Far from it: HP Inc. used the online-only Reinvent 2020 to feature partner-focused messages from top executives including CEO Enrique Lores, while the PC and printer giant also unveiled an array of new offerings across both products and services.
“This is a defining moment for each of us, our companies and our industry,” Lores said in his Reinvent 2020 keynote on Wednesday.
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