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PC makers Hewlett-Packard and Dell, at a glance

Personal computer makers Hewlett-Packard and Dell are having a tough year. Both are challenged by growing popularity of mobile computing and smartphones. Both stocks have lost more than a third of their value in a year when the Standard & Poor's 500 index is up 12 percent. Here's a look at HP and Dell:

Hewlett Packard Inc. (HPQ)

Year Founded: 1939

Headquarters: Palo Alto, Calif.

President and CEO: Meg Whitman

Latest stock price: $14.19

Stock price lowest since: October 2002

Year-to-date decline: 44.9 percent

Market Cap: $27.9 billion

Fiscal 2011 revenue: $127 billion

Dividend yield: 3.7 percent


Dell Inc. (DELL)

Year Founded: 1984

Headquarters: Round Rock, Texas

CEO, Chairman and Founder: Michael S. Dell

Latest stock price: $9.24

Stock price lowest since: March 2009

Year-to-date decline: 36.8 percent

Market cap: $16 billion

2011 revenue: $61 billion

Dividend yield: 3.5 percent


Source: Google Finance, Morningstar, company websites

Note: Stock price data through Oct. 25

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