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Peter Suciu
Dell Goes for the Windows 8 Gold
10/12/12 2:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 882 Words

... Microsoft's next-generation Windows 8 operating system set to launch later this month, Dell on Friday announced new computers that will support it: the Dell XPS 12 convertible laptop, the Dell XPS One 27 all-in-one desktop, and the Dell Inspiron One 23 all-in-one.

Katherine Noyes
Ubuntu's Wild Ride on the Dell Roller Coaster
08/02/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 961 Words

Yes, after all the unexpected twists and turns in Dell's approach to Ubuntu , another surprise maneuver came up last week that was simply too much.

The move in question, you ask? Well, just days after the news broke that Dell...

Katherine Noyes
Dell's 'Love Letter' to Linux: Now You See It, Now You Don't?
06/28/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1180 Words

... it's been an emotional rollercoaster ride here in the Linux blogosphere in recent days, thanks to Dell's proclamation -- and then apparent retraction -- of its love for Linux. "Ubuntu is safer than Microsoft Windows" read item No. 6 on Dell's...

Keith Regan
Turnaround Momentum Propels Dell Past Profit Estimates
05/30/08 11:59 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 978 Words

... Dell turned in a strong first quarter, beating Wall Street forecasts and prompting investors to buy up its shares on the hopes that the founder's turnaround plans are beginning to bear fruit. Thanks largely to vigorous sales of notebook PCs in the...

Keith Regan
Dell Scores Retail Hat Trick With Best Buy Deal
12/06/07 10:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 892 Words

... Dell added another big gun to its fast-growing retail arsenal Thursday, saying it would begin selling some of its personal computers at hundreds of Best Buy stores across the U.S. The partnership may come too late to give Dell an immediate boost...

Keith Regan
Dell Spends $92M to Put Financial Shenanigans in the Past
10/31/07 9:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 854 Words

... a move that could finally help clear up a cloud that has hung over the company for more than a year, Dell on Tuesday restated earnings for four full fiscal years and part of a fifth, cutting its net income over that...

Keith Regan
Dell Sees Road to Recovery With 46 Percent Profit Hike
08/31/07 9:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 889 Words

... Dell took an important step toward crafting a turnaround Thursday, with the PC maker saying profit had risen 46 percent in the second quarter thanks to cost-cutting moves. The company's sales beat forecasts as its new retail strategy began to take shape.

Keith Regan
New York AG Sues Dell for Cheating Customers
05/16/07 9:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 789 Words

... York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has filed a lawsuit against Dell , saying the personal computer maker misled consumers with its PC financing offers. Dell confirmed the suit on Wednesday, and said it intended to vigorously defend itself against it.


Keith Regan
Dell Taps Solectron Exec to Aid Revamp
02/15/07 12:09 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 712 Words

... Dell has hired the CEO of electronics manufacturer Solectron to head up a new division overseeing worldwide operations, the company announced Wednesday, as it bolsters efforts to regain its supply chain efficiency and low-cost edge. Michael Cannon will become the president of...

Keith Regan
Dell's Third Quarter Results Worth the Wait
11/22/06 11:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 853 Words

... Dell released its delayed third quarter results Tuesday, posting a stronger-than-expected profit , but again warning that the financials could change depending upon the outcome of both internal and external probes into past accounting practices. The Round Rock, Texas-based PC maker said...

Keith Regan
Dell Delays Earnings as SEC Formalizes Inquiry
11/16/06 11:38 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 877 Words

... Dell shares fell Thursday after the computer maker said it would delay its quarterly earnings report and acknowledged that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) began a formal inquiry into the company's past accounting practices. The announcement came at the last minute,...

Jay Lyman
Dell to Offer AMD Opteron-Powered Servers
05/19/06 1:41 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 563 Words

... Dell announced along with its lackluster first quarter financial results this week plans to sell enterprise servers powered by Advanced Micro Devices processors. The new high-end, multi-processor servers from the world's largest PC manufacturer will feature AMD Opteron chips and will be...

Keith Regan
Michael Dell To Give Up CEO Title, Remain Chairman
03/04/04 1:14 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 633 Words

... Dell will relinquish the title of CEO at the company he founded in a dormitory room 20 years ago but will remain actively involved in day-to-day operations as chairman of the board, Dell Computer announced Thursday. Longtime executive Kevin Rollins, who joined...

Lou Hirsh
Does Dell's Build-to-Order Model Still Work?
07/30/02 5:27 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 860 Words

... the quarter ending August 2nd, Dell expects its revenue to reach US$8.3 billion, up about 9 percent from last year's second quarter, while earnings are expected to increase by 19 percent. Analysts agree that Dell's build-to-order model for selling PCs and servers...

Chet Dembeck
Dell Redesigns Global E-Commerce Site
11/15/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 663 Words

... online computer seller Dell Computer Corp. announced today that it has launched a global redesign of its Web site , adding new features aimed at making interactions easier and more tailored to individual customers' needs. Dell's refined e-commerce site will now allow...

Richard Adhikari
Dell Sells IT Services to Raise Cash for EMC Deal
03/30/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 603 Words

... Data on Monday announced in a regulatory filing that it has agreed to purchase Dell's IT services business for just over US$3 billion. Dell reportedly agreed to the sale to help finance its pending $67 billion purchase of EMC.


Rob Enderle
Why Dell-EMC Won't Follow in HP-Compaq's Footsteps
10/26/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1440 Words

First, Dell is still run by its founder, so there are no founding families arguing against the deal, and Dell's board appears to be behind it. In addition, Dell is a private company, so the speed with which it can execute is far...

Charles King
Dell's Latitude 12 E7240 - in and Beyond the Office
07/03/14 6:49 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1067 Words

At least that's my conclusion after testing a new Dell Latitude 12 E7240, the company's top end business class ultra-mobile laptop.

Dell's Latitude 12 - Under the Hood The Dell Latitude 12 I tested sports a 12.5" HD (1920x1080) WLED-backlit touch display...

Erika Morphy
Icahn Concedes Defeat to Dell 'Dictators'
09/09/13 3:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 841 Words

... investor Carl Icahn has given up his fierce struggle to prevent Michael Dell from buying his namesake company and taking it private. In a letter to shareholders, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday morning, Icahn said Dell would be...

Erika Morphy
Michael Dell's Buyout Offer Gets a Key Thumbs-Up
07/08/13 4:03 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 752 Words

... are looking better and better for Michael Dell's proposed US$24.4 billion leveraged buyout offer for the company he founded. Following hard on the heels of repeated disapprovals of a competing offer from billionaire investor Carl Icahn, a special committee of Dell's...

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