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Dell sales climb amid plan to list again

Dell Technologies, the world’s largest closely held technology company, reported growing sales and raised its outlook for the year in the midst of its $21.7-billion plan to return to public markets.

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Dell wants greater control of VMware

Dell Technologies will buy out its tracking stock to give it greater control over VMware, a person familiar with the matter said. While VMware will remain independent for now, the move could make

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Why Dell might be headed back to the stock market

When Michael Dell led a group taking his company private four years ago, he extolled the virtues of shading the company from the scrutiny of the public markets. Now he’s considering taking the computer maker public again. What’s changed

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Lenovo posts surprise loss as PC sales tank

Lenovo Group posted a surprise quarterly loss after losing its grip on the global PC market, while its smartphone unit continues to bleed money. China’s largest PC maker reported a net loss of US$72m in the three months

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PC industry has worst quarter in 10 years

Worldwide PC shipments fell by 4.3% in the second quarter of 2017 compared to the same period a year ago, marking the 11th straight quarter of declining shipments, according to analyst firm Gartner. Just over 61m PCs

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BMC Software said to be in talks to buy CA

Four years after Blackstone Group and Silver Lake Management battled to take Dell private, buyout firms are back in the market for big leveraged technology deals. BMC Software, owned by Bain Capital and Golden Gate Capital

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Firms look beyond IT for tech innovation

More than half of South African business leaders believe that the next wave of technology disruption will come from outside the traditional IT department. New research by specialist market research

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Dell completes biggest-ever IT acquisition

Dell Technologies wrapped up the acquisition of EMC in the largest technology deal in history, positioning the company to use its size to invest in new areas and fend off competition from the cloud and other rivals. The combination creates a

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