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Dell Inc. Says Company Remains Focused On Customers - Quick Facts

Dell Inc. (DELL) issued a statement following the Special Committee announcement regarding receipt of two alternate proposals.

"As the Board's Special Committee continues to oversee its process, we remain focused on our customers and on providing innovative products and solutions to help them succeed and better compete in the marketplace. Since its founding in 1984, Dell has been dedicated to delivering a best-in-class customer experience and today, the top priority of our more than 100,000 team members is serving our customers around the world," the company said.

by RTT Staff Writer

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