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Just about every office -- from home to big business -- has two basic items: a computer and printer. That’s pretty much the business of HP Inc., one of two companies created from the breakup of Hewlett-Packard Co. HP makes most of its revenue from personal systems (notebook computers and desktops as well as tablets and point-of-sale systems) and about 40% from printers (including large format commercial printers) and supplies such as ink. It’s the No. 1 printer company and No. 1 maker of PCs for commercial use in the world (Lenovo is the No. 1 PC maker overall). About 40% of revenue comes from customers in the US. Even after the breakup, HP and sibling HP Enterprise (HPE) would rank in the Fortune 100.