What's Dell up to? Going public again

Jul 6, 2018
The personal computing giant will go public after 5 years as a private company.
Dell CEO Michael Dell delivers a keynote address during the 2013 Oracle Open World conference on Sept. 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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Companies help foot the bill to keep goods moving across the border

Nov 28, 2016
This year computer maker Dell will pay at least $200,000 to staff a southbound cargo lane four extra hours a day.
A U.S. customs officer waves a cargo truck through the port of entry in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. Dell is financing extended hours at this border crossing through an agreement with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
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Private companies pay to improve border crossings

Oct 25, 2016
A program hosted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection allows private companies and local governments to reimburse the federal government for additional services.
A truck travels northbound from Mexico into the United States at the Santa Teresa port of entry in New Mexico.
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New ad hopes to get consumers excited about PC's again

Oct 16, 2015
Several tech companies have joined forces to prove the PC is mightier.

How much does cheap money affect mega-business deals?

Oct 12, 2015
Dell's $67 billion takeover of EMC storage services relies heavily on debt.

Possible Dell and EMC merger on the horizon

Oct 8, 2015
EMC is one of the original developers of what is now known as cloud computing.

Dell reboots as a private company

Nov 4, 2014
Michael Dell launches his newly private Dell computer company.

For public good, not for profit.

PODCAST: Dell CEO Michael Dell

Mar 6, 2014
Dell CEO Michael Dell tells Marketplace his plans to meet future demand. And getting ready for the next unemployment report.

By 2020, there will be 10 web-connected devices per human

Mar 6, 2014
Dell CEO Michael Dell tells Marketplace his plans to meet future demand.

Dell shareholders approve $25 billion buyout

Sep 12, 2013
But big questions still remain for the struggling computer technology company.