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Michael Dell Investing In PCs And Tablets

|Includes:Dell Inc. (DELL)

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) PC and tablet trends point to a big future with growth opportunities for investors. CEO, Michael Dell showed interest this month promising to invest in Dell's PC and tablet business. Michael Dell noted in a memo filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission April 1, We have plans to significantly increase investment cost of managing IT for more than 100,000 customers worldwide in our PC and tablet business to enhance our ability to compete. While Dell's strategy in the PC business has been to maximize gross margins, following the transaction, we expect to focus instead on maximizing revenue and cash flow growth with the goal of improving long-term sales and competitive positioning. According to the new memo, Michael Dell would "invest for growth" if the Dell deal ($24.4 billion) goes private. PCs account for 70 per cent of Dell's revenues. The entire PC market shrunk by 13 million boxes in 2012 as consumers adopted smartphones and tablets. The company's value is at $22 billion...

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