ewlett-Packard's stock took a dive on Wednesday, after CEO Meg Whitman lowered the struggling computer company's profit expectations for 2013. HP's share price dropped 13 percent, with investors concerned that the company's turnaround will take longer than initially projected. While HP remains the world's largest PC manufacturer, the company hasn't made the shift to smartphones or tablets, which are widely considered to be the future of consumer computing.
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