Dell is going down. The company in the last quarter saw its server sales drop, profit was cut in half and let's not even think about the 4.1m batteries that it has to recall.
Dell rose in a downward market by competing on price, selling point solutions. The price compensated for the lacking customer service.
Buying a Dell is going to a warehouse store for your groceries. You know you get a good deal, but it's a long drive and the service sub par. The warehouse shopping is fine if you're student with too much time on your hands. But once you land that high paying executive job, most people will opt for a more convenient store and happily pay the higher prices.
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