Latest Michael Dell Stories

2009-07-15 06:28:48

Dell Inc announced Tuesday that the US personal computer market has reached its low point, but the timing of the global turnaround in the technology industry still remains a mystery.

2009-03-25 14:16:26

As competition in the technology sector intensifies, Dell Inc is introducing new server and storage products aimed at cost-conscious companies, in hopes that its emphasis on value can help win market share.

2009-01-26 11:05:00

Industry Icon to Share Personal Insights Gathered from 25 years in Business VIENNA, Va., Jan.

2008-11-14 06:00:00

Dell's chief technology officer Kevin Kettler plans to leave the company in January after serving 13 years at the US computer maker. Kettler joined Dell in 1996 as manager of the Dell Precision Workstation group and later become the chief technology officer.

2008-11-04 15:00:09

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL): -- Says smart businesses will weather downturn by making IT investments that Simplify and Save. -- Companies should rethink where IT inefficiencies may exist.

2008-10-20 12:00:16

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) The News: -- Dell has launched the "Simplify and Save" blog to help businesses engage and exchange best-practices with Dell, experts and each other on how to win in today's tough times with smart, simple IT strategies.

2008-09-26 09:40:00

Dell, the world's second biggest computer maker, expects to grow faster than other companies in the business, said Chief Executive Michael Dell on Thursday.

2008-09-25 06:00:17

Michael Dell today commended the European Union's initiatives on green procurement, its sustainable industrial policy and its recent communication on information and communications technology (ICT) for energy efficiency. Speaking to EU officials, Mr.

2008-09-23 12:20:00

Dell Inc Chief Executive Michael Dell said on Tuesday that the addition of sales of PCs in brick-and-mortar stores rather than exclusively online should help consumers in emerging markets purchase their first computer.

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  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
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