WSJ reports on Meg Whitman’s turnaround plan for HP:

To help speed growth and repair its balance sheet, Ms. Whitman is betting big on 72-foot-long digital printing presses, called Web presses, that cost $1 million to $2 million each. The digital presses—targeted at commercial printers that churn out books, direct mail and catalogs—are aimed at replacing the manual offset presses that many printing shops have long used.

Why does this feel like an Onion article?

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