U.S. HP Pension Lump-Sum Payout Offer 2020
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"In the quarter ended Oct. 31
2020, the company paid about $2 billion to former employees
in its primary U.S. pension plan who elected to receive lump
sums the company offered. About 12,000 former employees
vested in the HP Inc. Pension Plan who had yet to retire at
that time elected the lump-sum option during the window that
began June 5 and closed July 3."
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