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HP (Hewlett-Packard)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in USA

HP spun off its products and services to a new company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, in November 2015.

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7 March 2019

HP's response

Author: HP

HP’s standards of business conduct, extending to business and supply chain partners, require strict compliance with all applicable laws and social and environmental responsibility standards. HP regularly monitors the performance of its suppliers to...

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