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High School Students Become STEM Stars at CodeWars

At this annual competition put on by HP and HPE, students get fun, first-hand programming experience solving problems with code.
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It’s early morning on a Saturday at Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Houston campus, and more than 700 teens — some in wizard hats and Viking horns — take their places for the countdown. Across three large, open rooms where employees typically dine and socialize, the groups of two or three have fired up their computers, flipped through dog-eared Java programming books, and set up snacks, sodas and good luck charms at their stations. They’re excited, a little bit nervous and ready to compete.

From the Call Center to the C-Suite: HPE's Neri Talks Diversity, Latino Leadership

By Jennifer Elias
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Antonio Neri, the only Latino to lead a Fortune 500 company in Silicon Valley, speaks about his personal "responsibility" to hire the right Latinos in tech and his ambitions for a people-focused legacy.

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Feature Friday: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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For many WBEs, corporations can appear to be an ambiguous question mark. How does one get a corporate contract? What is the best way to connect? Sometimes, companies might hesitate approaching corporations with these questions, in fear it will lessen their chances for connection.

Facebook, eBay and 5 Other Tech Companies Partner With Firms for Diversity Pipeline Program

by Caroline Spiezio
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The collaborative is an expansion of eBay’s 1L summer program, introduced in 2016 by the San Jose-based company’s senior director of compensation, benefits and equity compliance David Pilson and senior product and commercial counsel of global intellectual property Patricia Svilik.

Pilson joined eBay in 2014, his first in-house role in Silicon Valley.

U.S. Businesses Push Back Against China Trade Policy

by John Howell, Editorial Director & VP of Content, 3BL Media
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The collision of principle and policy in current affairs has just ratcheted up several notches in intensity. The reason? The latest round of tariffs on Chinese goods imported into the U.S. that takes direct aim at profits at a number of the largest multinationals. After losing the lobbying battle to stave off this latest round, these companies are going public with their protests, hoping to encourage a rollback by taking a collective stand against a policy that hits their bottom line.

Don’t Miss These 5 Highlights From HPE’s New Living Progress Sustainability Report

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HPE’s new Living Progress Report demonstrates how we’re applying the innovation engine of HPE to corporate citizenship and sustainability.  At HPE, Living Progress is our plan to create sustainable solutions for our company, our customers, and our world. It’s the way we integrate sustainability into our business strategy, building on a commitment articulated by our founders 60 years ago.

Here are a few highlights from the report:

How Employee Data Can Be Grantmaking's Most Valuable Resource

Hewlett Packard Enterprise on the power of employee nominated grants
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It was a game-changing moment when Kathy Gu, Program Manager, Living Progress, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and her team discovered the power of an employee-nominated grants program. By leveraging the interests and existing passions of their employees, the company created a holistic grantmaking approach that not only supported the initiatives of the company, it enhanced the lives of their employees and boosted morale during a time of change and uncertainty.

Honesty Over Perfection: Navigating the Urgency of Climate Change in Shifting Times

by Lara Birkes, Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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We are living in a time of uncertainty, unpredictability and anxiety. So much has changed, and so fast, from policies and legislation to government priorities, leadership and expectations. At the same time we have a surge of unprecedented activism from all corners of the world. Some in reaction to change, others in support of more change. All this tells us is that we no longer can define what “normal” means.

VIDEO: GE & HPE | Leading the Data-Driven Industrial Transformation

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GE Digital is leveraging next-generation machine data at every point in the industrial value chain to drive real-time analytics and insights. Smarter and gaster decision-making in industrial environments reduces uncheduled downtime, increases reponse times, and optimizes the overall management of assets.

Click here to read the full Living Progress Report.

Watch the case study here.

A New Era of Culture as Everything

Lessons from Uber, Lyft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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By Benevity Founder & CEO Bryan de Lottinville

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