The PCs Biggest Defender is … "Over the last 50 years I have studied and dealt with hundreds of companies…I have seen some awful things done to shareholders. But I have never seen a board conduct a campaign to demean the business prospects of their own company in the way Dell has during the past few weeks. "My simple conclusion is that I believe the PC business is not going away, but the industry is changing."
1.Who's going to be in charge of Dell? What's the decision-making structure? 2.How is Silver Lake thinking of value here -- cash in the bank, value of PC business, value of server business, value of other businesses? 3.What role will Microsoft play? 4.Will new Dell get more aggressive in pricing, in R&D, in tablets/phones, etc.? Or will it pull back and just get run for cash and get less aggressive? Big Questions for DELL
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The Man Who Would be King Tim Cook Apple CEO …inherited his Throne.
BACK to the BUS STOP The candidate who was hired (out of 200 applicants) had no trouble coming up with his answer. He simply answered: "I would give the car keys to my old friend, and let him take the lady to the hospital. I would stay behind and wait for the bus with the woman of my dreams."
MORALE of the BUS STOP STORY Think outside the Box. You dont need to sacrifice old friends or give up on family in order to grab hold of your future. In business as in life…