This is about bringing together complimentary technologies, says Michael Dell, Dell chairman & CEO, discussing how Dell and EMC came to put together the mega tech deal, with Joe Tucci, EMC chairman & CEO.
Yale University professor and CNBC contribuor Jeff Sonnenfeld weighs in on GOP Debate mention and Carly Fiorina's record.
Computer maker Dell will invest $125 billion in China over the next five years, its chief executive said on Thursday.
What began as a cozy game inside a Manhattan loft has now become one of the most elite poker nights around. And the stars are mostly women.
In the history of sudden wealth loss, China's richest man may have set a new record, losing as much as $15 billion in a half-hour.
Michael Dell, Dell chairman & CEO, discusses Dell's newly designed PCs and the company's growth strategy.
With Dell back on track a year after going private, CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg, discusses if Twitter would be better off going private or getting folded into someone like Apple or Google.
Michael Dell denies referring to the "Squawk Box" crew as "circus clowns." I was talking about some of your occasional guests, says Dell.
Dell chairman & CEO Michael Dell, discusses how as a private company, he plans to outmaneuver the competition.
Mark Cuban bought $17 million worth of Netflix. What's more important is that he started his bullish positioning through options.
A year after his company went private, Michael Dell talked about the PC business, whether he'll take Dell public again, and cloud startup valuations.
CNBC's Jon Fortt spoke with Dell CEO Michael Dell about the beauty of private structure.
CNBC's Jon Fortt spoke with Dell CEO Michael Dell about Alibaba; technology IPO valuations, and Dell's tablet growth strategy. Dell also discusses past challenges and how they were overcome.
CNBC's Jon Fortt talks to Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell about expansion opportunities.
A look at this week's ice bucket challenges to raise awareness and donations for the ALS Association. Watch Rod Stewart and Rudy Gay dump Vivek Ranadivé, Chris Mullin, and Sunil Gulati.
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When it comes to the most influential in tech, you might jump to Jobs and Gates. But here the names you really need to know, these pros say.
Michael Dell, Dell chairman & CEO, explains why he thinks the market for laptop and desktop computers remains strong. The demand for PCs is up double-digit, Dell says.
Dell Chairman & CEO Michael Dell says the company has been growing since it became a private company several months ago, with a lot of help from tablet sales.
Major shareholders like Carl Icahn who opposed Dell's $24.9 billion go-private acquisition were just trying to drive up the stock price, Michael Dell tells CNBC.