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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Dion Weisler, president and CEO of HP (HPQ) , the computer and printer maker with shares up 60% from their 2016 lows.
Weisler said that HP laid out a plan to reinvent itself 18 months ago and has been delivering on that plan. HP has done a lot more than simply cut costs, he added, as it's now innovating its way back to growth.
One of those innovations is the Sprocket, a portable photo printer for the millennial generation and one that Weisler called the birth of a new category of devices. No longer do photos -- specifically social media photos -- need to be trapped in your phone, as the Sprocket makes printing relevant again.
HP is also a leader in digital printers, Weisler said, an area that allows for customization like we haven't seen before. His company is also disrupting manufacturing with 3D printing than is transforming how parts are being designed, tested and made.
Cramer said there's a lot to like at HP.
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