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David Packard

An American businessman who co-founded Hewlett-Packard. He established the company in his garage with William Hewlett in 1939. Packard handled the management while Hewlett was responsible for the technical innovations. Packard served as president, CEO and chairman of the board for most of HP's history prior to 1993. He also served in the Nixon administration. Packard lived from 1912 to 1996.
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The company was founded by inventors and Stanford engineers Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in 1939.
A split would be a major turning point for the iconic company, which was founded 75 years ago by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in a garage in Palo Alto, California.
In 1939, the technology company Hewlett-Packard was founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in a garage in Palo Alto, Calif.
We are extremely proud of our roots and the journey we've been on since 1939, when Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started their business in a garage in Palo Alto, California, with US$538 of capital.
The founders of HP, Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, whom I knew, would have been furious at these behaviors.
When Dave Packard was deputy secretary he argued for all these features, but in truth, got stiffed by the system.
It is great to see the market making purchasing decisions based on their needs, said Dave Packard, President of ClipperCreek.
Way before today's tech giants were even twinkles in our eyes, college friends Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started their business in the late 1930s from a 12 by 18-foot garage on Addison Avenue.
According to Dave Packard, President of ClipperCreek, 'This product is to answer the call by our customers to start installing cost effective public charging stations now.
IN THE 1970S, WHEN THEIR COMPANY BEGAN GROWING, BILL HEWLETT AND DAVE PACKARD CREATED A MANAGEMENT STYLE that influenced a number of technology companies that followed.
Dave Packard, one of the founders of Hewlett Packard, had his "11 Simple Rules.