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How much money were Dell executives paid last year?

Want to know how much money Dell Technologies executives made last year? You’ve come to the right place.  We’ve analyzed an annual filing from Dell Technologies with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which discloses how much money their...

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Dell leaves beige boxes far in the rearview with its design reinvention

Let’s think together for a moment about all the things you and I wish for when we’re buying a new laptop. It should be fast and powerful, at least capable enough to run the apps we need. It should be quiet, because no one wants to hear a jet engine...

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How has the merger with EMC affected Dell’s PC business? That and other burning questions for one of Dell’s top executives

We sat down with Sam Burd, the vice president and general manager of Dell’s PC division, to ask all of our burning questions about the company’s personal computing business, which makes up nearly 60 percent of its revenue in the most recent quarter...

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VIDEO: Check out the sights, sounds of Dell EMC World 2017

More than 13,000 people converged in Las Vegas this week for Dell EMC World, which is the annual tech conference for Round Rock-based Dell Technologies.  Tickets for this conference cost nearly $2,300, though not everyone pays the full price. This...

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As Dell EMC World debuts in Las Vegas, company’s founder pitches a new IT solutions vision

LAS VEGAS -- It’s repeated so often, it’s almost taken as a fundamental business truth: Businesses are flocking to the public cloud because it saves them money by not having to buy IT equipment and software, or hire the people to run them. But Dell...

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As Dell prepares for its annual conference in Las Vegas, event organizers are hoping that bigger means better

When Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell delivers the keynote address at his company’s annual conference in Las Vegas on Monday, he’ll be standing on a stage in a cavernous room that seats 12,000 people — about double the size of his keynote address...

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Despite a drop in Apple iPhone sales, Cirrus Logic reports rise in revenue, profit

Austin-based Cirrus Logic managed to avoid the “Apple effect” when it reported results for its fiscal fourth quarter on Wednesday.  Cirrus Logic supplies audio and voice chips for the iPhone. On Wednesday the chipmaker reported revenue and profit...

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Delivery robots could come to Austin this year

Imagine walking down Congress Avenue, surrounded by throngs of pedestrians hurrying to lunch or a business meeting. Ahead of you, the crowd slows a bit to make room for a knee-high robot merrily rolling down the sidewalk to make a food delivery. ...

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Why AMD’s stock plunged 24 percent

After the markets closed yesterday, Advanced Micro Devices announced what should have been good news: that its sales and profit for the first quarter were largely in line with what the company had promised. Not only that, but sales had increased 18...

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