Ireland not immune to Dell’s worldwide restructuring

Michael Dell has made it clear that everything is on the table as Dell moves to cut costs. There are obvious threats to the Irish operation, writes Gavin Daly.

13th September, 2008

Michael Dell has made it clear that everything is on the table as Dell moves to cut costs. There are obvious threats to the Irish operation, writes Gavin Daly.

What a difference a week makes. When the Wall Street Journal reported last weekend that computer maker Dell was considering selling its factories worldwide, business and political leaders moved quickly to assure people that everything would be done to protect the company’s Limerick plant, where 3,000...

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