Hewlett-Packard's Shane Robison is one of my favorite guys to chat with in Silicon Valley.
As chief strategy officer and chief technology officer for the top-ranked tech company on the Fortune 500, Robison doesn't just have a great sense of where tech M&A is going, he's in the driver's seat. He's also a savvy executive. Consider that he's managed the big picture at HP (HPQ) under two very different bosses in Carly Fiorina and current CEO Mark Hurd.
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