Dell and Microsoft venture capital arms are investing in AI start-ups that have products to help companies manage data and harness machine learning to gain a competitive advantage.
In its 35-year history, Dell has grown from a PC maker to a tech conglomerate with $90 billion in sales and services in storage, servers, infrastructure and security.
Today, Ericsson is putting the infrastructure in place that is needed to make 5G a reality, and tower climbers like Jordan Robinson are in high demand to lay the groundwork.
Jim Cramer talks with Dell CEO Michael Dell about move the company is making since making its return to public markets in late December.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports quarterly earnings from Dell.
"The 1 percent must pay their fair share," U.S. Rep. Ilhan Abdullahi Omar tells Yahoo.
After spending five years as a private company, Dell Technologies is back in the hands of the public, and CEO Michael Dell says he's "very much ready to be so." He claims the tech giant is in "a very good spot" and investing at a rapid pace.
Michael Dell, CEO and chairman of Dell Technologies, joins "Squawk Box" in Davos to discuss the transition to going public again as well as the future of the technology industry and Dell's relationship with China.
CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' team discuss Dell shareholders approving the share buyout of DVMT which could lead to Dell becoming a public company once again.
CNBC's 'Squawk Box' team discuses the latest the fight between Carl Ichan and Micheal Dell over tracking stock VMware.
Amid widespread opposition to the plan for buying the tracking stock, Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners are looking at alternatives including raising the price or dropping the plan altogether.
If Tesla were to go private at $420 per share, it would be worth $71.3 billion, making it the largest leveraged buyout in history. These are the current top 10 largest leveraged buyouts of all time.
Dell Technologies owners Michael Dell and Silver Lake get some benefits out of Monday's deal to buy back Dell's tracking stock, but the real goal -- owning all of WMware -- remains elusive.
Dell says "no one will win" a trade war and so he expects the likelihood that it will happen as "extremely low."
Total giving was up 5 percent in 2017, according to the Giving USA annual report.
Carl Icahn reveals the size of his position in VMware on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Monday.
The Tesla CEO's refusal to answer analyst questions on a Wednesday conference call baffled analysts and raises questions about his future relationship with Wall Street.
Pivotal Software started trading at $16.75 per share on Thursday, above the IPO price of $15 per share, but the stock fell shortly after its debut.
The Dell Technologies founder purchased the penthouse at the One57 skyscraper in 2014, sources told The Wall Street Journal.
The list shows that the "wealthy are flush with cash" and that the economy is strong.