First look at Dell's numbers since return to stock exchange

Marian McHugh
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The tech giant had a positive return to the stock market with its Q4 earnings

Dell Technologies celebrated a strong return to publicly listed life with its fourth-quarter and fiscal year results. The tech titan reported a 15 per cent increase in overall turnover for its f...

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