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Stock issues for former EDS employees (Updated Apr 13, 2021.)
See all of HPAA's information for EDS alumni -- pension, career, benefits, networking, EDS history/culture -- whether or not you ever worked for HP: https://www.hpalumni.org/eds
Time to untangle your stock! No one but you really cares about your employment-related stock. You may have stock in up to seven HP-related companies (HPQ, HPE, A, KEYS, DXC, MFGP, PRSP.) Your stock may not all be in the same place. You may need to retrieve lost stock or dividends, find stray accounts, or estimate your cost basis. An HP Alumni team has developed a step-by-step process to find and protect your stock. Employee Stock
HPInc is the legal successor to the companies acquired by the Hewlett-Packard Company. Stockholder information and contact instructions: HPInc Investor Relations Site
Official HP public page on employee stock, including EDS ESPP: HPInc Global Total Rewards
Official HPE public page on employee stock, including EDS ESPP: HPE Global Total Rewards
HPAA member advice on EDS stock: EDS stock is no longer traded. HP paid $25.00 per share to the owners of record as of Aug 26, 2008. ($13.9 billion -- a 32% premium over the market price of $18.86 before announcement. NYTimes ) A check was sent to the address in the ownership records for each shareholding -- Where's my stock? If the check was uncashed, the money would have eventually been turned over to a state unclaimed property department. See HPAA's page on How to check for lost stock, dividends, and other unclaimed property
Your broker may have used a different formula than the one suggested in the tax basis letter provided by the company -- resulting in a somewhat different value. Check your brokerage account online -- or by examining a recent account statement -- to view your holdings in each stock going forward. HP/HPE tax basis letter
EDS annual reports on HP website: HPInc site
EDS stock price history on third-party website: http://www.1stock1.com/1stock1_175.htm
EDS and General Motors. In 1984, EDS was sold to General Motors. In 1996, GM spun out EDS as a separate public company. Wikipedia has links to contemporaneous news stories.
"...on June 8, 2009... Common stock holders in the old General Motors were essentially wiped out... Shares of the old GM are canceled." --Matt Krantz, USA Today, Apr 30, 2013.
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