BY BEN WORTHEN
Meg Whitman wants to unite Hewlett-Packard Co.’s personal-computer business with its printing unit, said people familiar with the matter, in her latest move to turn around the struggling technology giant.
The H-P chief executive plans to merge two units that together generate about $65 billion a year in revenue. The combined business would report to Todd Bradley, now head of the PC group. Vyomesh Joshi, the longtime head of H-P’s printing division, would retire, these people said.
The plan is aimed at reducing costs, said a person familiar with the matter. Under the new structure, PCs and printers would share …