Michael Dell news stories
Q&A with Michael Dell: Software-defined data centers, PCs & the future of IT
If we look ahead - I can see a couple of things happening. The first is that the software defined data center will become the de facto standard.
Michael Dell, magic & Minecraft - highlights from the Dell EMC World opening keynote
“This unique structure allows us to innovate like a start-up, but with the scale of a global powerhouse.”
New Dell president to head 10,000 strong Application Services workforce
"This is an important time for Dell as well as for the IT services industry."
UPDATED: Hell for Dell as 30% staff layoffs loom
As PC shipments nosedive for the seventh consecutive quarter, rumours swirl that tech giant Dell is cutting its workforce.
Revitalised Dell has the energy of a "new start-up"
Dell has a renewed 'entrepreneurial spirit' and the passion and energy of a technology startup after going private, according to one of the company's regional bosses.
No smartphone move as Dell goes private
Following a $24.9 billion to take the company private, Dell CEO Michael Dell says the PC manufacturer will not be entering the smartphone market.
Michael Dell issues "best and final proposal"
Raising his offer by a mere US$0.10 per share, Michael Dell and Silver Lake have improved terms for their proposed deal to take Dell private, claiming this to be "our best and final proposal."
Is Michael Dell down and out?
As Carl Icahn welcomes suggestions of a partnership with Blackstone Group, could Michael Dell potentially lose control of the company he founded as a teenager?