I must be nice to be on top of the world. Dell CEO Kevin Rollins gets to call Apple an "one-product wonder" with its iPod success, cheers about IBM "waving the white flag" when it sold its PC making business to Lenovo. HP gets off with the least amount of damage. Talking about the HP Compaq merger the executive understatingly says: "they don't make very much money."
Unfortunately Rollings doesn't get far beyond trashing the competition – we learn little about the plans Dell has for the near future, except for some generic comments about Dell wanting to grow market share. But then again, Dell has the historic trends to back up its claims. Perhaps that's all the strategy they need.
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