Could Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) go private? Roughly one year after Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which was spunoff from the consumer PC and printer company HP Inc. (HPQ) , questions are swirling over what's next for the company. According to FactSet data referenced in a report by TheStreet's Chris Nolter, Jana Partners, Starboard Value and FrontFour Capital have taken small stakes in the company - under a half a percentage point. This could be a signal of a looming leveraged buyout, where the company would be taken private. While it's unclear what the strategy is behind these investment firms, activist investors usually start with a small stake, according to Nolter. Shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise are up over 50% since the start of the year.
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