Hewlett-Packard is looking for smaller acquisitions to meet its strategic goals and plug holes in its product line, CEO Meg Whitman said the day after she announced lower revenue and a management reshuffle that caused company shares to drop 12%. Whitman stressed that HP's range is an important asset. "We're the only company that can go from devices to infrastructure to services to software and this is a huge point of difference," she said.

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