Rubinstein Leads New HP Mobility Group
Palm’s shareholder held a meeting on Friday with regards to the upcoming merger with HP, of which was confirmed during the event and that Palm’s CEO, John Rubinsten will be leading the pack up with new smartphones/mobile units resulting from the deal.
The Claim was put up to rest earlier rumors that had Rubinstein being ousted from the company and that it would also see some certain changes as HP struggles from the iPaq group that would be folded into the new section; the Palm/HP deal is said to be expected to be completed during the first week of July—which is just more or less a week away from now.
One attendee of the meeting has gleaned a look into some of the future strategy with Palm’s VP of Investor Relations, Teri Klein—of which was enthusiastic about the whole fiasco of upcoming products and certain services from the deal of which to include the WebOS 2.0 launch with specific details to it as well.
The smartphone maker also provided some insights on its financial health but, reports won’t be made until the day of the merger; however, it added that the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus Launches over at AT&T came off smoother than that of Verizon.