HP, Bay Area tech mainstay, to lay off up to 6,000 people

HP, Bay Area tech mainstay, to lay off up to 6,000 people
HP, the hardware tech company that remains a massive mainstay in the Bay Area, announced this week that it would conduct layoffs over the next three years — with a bulk of them happening this fiscal year.As part of a restructuring plan HP calls the “Future Ready strategy,” the Palo Alto-headquartered computer and peripherals manufacturer hopes to save at least $1.4 billion by the 2025 fiscal year, according to its earning notice posted this week. Part of this plan is cutting up to 6,000 jobs by that point. A majority of these layoffs, according to the earnings notice, will take place in the 2023 fiscal year — with “the rest split approximately equally between fiscal 2024 and 2025.” The company anticipates that it will spend about $600 million in “restructuring” in the 2023 fiscal year and $200 million each in 2024 and...

2022-23 Fantasy Hockey Outlook: Tampa Bay Lightning

2022-23 Fantasy Hockey Outlook: Tampa Bay Lightning
The Hockey NewsThe fantasy season is upon us. Another year of tears of joy and heartbreak. To help you along, here’s your fantasy outlook for all 32 teams.Tampa Bay LightningLast season: 51-23-8, 3rd Atlantic, 8th overall. GF: 8th, GA: 6th, PP: 8th, PK: 11thIt was kind of a blessing the Lightning drew the Leafs in the first round. By facing their biggest intra-conference threat at the very beginning, the defending two-time champs were guaranteed to be fresh. The winner of their matchup would have an easier path to the Cup, and it ended up playing that way with the Lightning losing two games combined to the Panthers and Rangers versus three against the Leafs. It says a lot about the Lightning that they’re expected to be a contender again after losing in the Stanley Cup Finals and, once again, losing key veterans over the summer due to the...