The computer maker, in the midst of going private, outlines a 12 point plan with aims to reduce its environmental impact, among other things. Corporate caring, or pipe dream?
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The computer maker is now valued at $24.9 billion, or $13.75 per share. Founder Michael Dell and equity firm partner Silver Lake's bid to take the company private is now closer than ever.
A top proxy advisory firm is endorsing the Dell founder's offer of $24 billion to privatize the computing company, and all but rejecting Carl Icahn's premium offer.
Dell's ultrabook sales are three-times what it had expected, marking a rising boom in enterprise sales. Who needs an iPad when the next-generation notebooks are on sale?
Once the world's largest PC maker by shipments, Dell is looking to go private, according to numerous reports. But, for how much exactly?
The PC making giant continues to push forward its cloud services portfolio by acquiring an award-winning hybrid cloud and single-cloud management software firm.
Sharp has reached an out of court settlement with Dell and two other companies ending an ongoing case over its thin-film-transistor business in North America and Europe.
The computer giant's latest business laptop range, the Latitude 7000 Series, may not look particularly exciting, but their hardware specs and business-friendly features should raise an eyebrow in the IT department.
The tablet market is becoming saturated and watered down with iPad-lookalikes and devices which offer nothing besides the anti-Apple alternative. Will the Dell Streak change things?
Dell has completed its $2.4bn acquisition of Quest Software as the PC maker attempts to push further into the enterprise market with a range of software services.