Hewlett-Packard (HP) is to merge its printer and PC businesses, the company has announced.
The move is part of a major overhaul at the firm to cut costs and boost growth.
HP's Imaging and Printing Group and its Personal Systems Group (PSG) will be brought together to form the Printing and Personal Systems Group.
The new entity will be headed-up by Todd Bradley, who has been chief executive of the PC division since 2005.
HP feels combining these two arms will help it provide a better customer experience and drive innovation across printing and personal computing.
"By providing the best in customer-focused innovation and operational efficiency, we believe we will create a winning scenario for customers, partners and shareholders," said Meg Whitman, HP chief executive officer.
HP is still the global leader when it comes to sales of PCs, but actually makes most of its money from selling ink cartridges.
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