Simply put, there are some major question marks at HP, and the longer these remain unresolved, the more it will hurt the tech company.
Hurd's value to HP was his ability to see the tech space for what it is and capitalize. The company made its chief financial officer, Cathie Lesjak, interim CEO. As a CFO, it's unlikely that Lesjak has the kind of understanding of the tech industry that Hurd had. The longer HP takes to find a replacement, the worse it will be for the PC maker.
For more, read the full eWeek article Mark Hurd's Exit Hurts HP: 10 Reasons Why.
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