Thursday December 12, 2019

The Dell effect begins to wane

It’s been a tough year at Dell, the world’s largest seller of personal computers, and last week it got even more difficult.

19th August, 2006

It’s been a tough year at Dell, the world’s largest seller of personal computers, and last week it got even more difficult.

The company announced that it was recalling 4.1 million notebook computer batteries as film footage distributed on the internet showed one of its products bursting into flames.

The faulty notebooks are not the only thing to have gone up in smoke. Shares in Dell, which were last week down 29...

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