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Rollins Out; Michael Dell Returns as CEO

Updated: In recent months, the company has struggled as its market share has slipped and an SEC investigation into Dell's accounting and financial practices has dragged on. Read More >

Federal Judge Dismisses HP Countersuit

In his ruling, the judge tossed out the countersuit by former HP executive Karl Kamb but left the door open for him to file his claims again. Read More >

Gates on the Past, the Future, and Google

Reporter's Notebook: Bill Gates tells Charlie Rose and Stanford University audience at TechNet conference that 'we're at the beginning of something important again' in development of technology -- just as in the 1980s with the advent of the PC. Read More >

HP Takes Top PC Spot from Dell, Analysts Say

IDC and Gartner both say Dell's weak performance in the United States contributed to HP regaining the No. 1 ranking for the first time since 2003. Read More >

Dell to Recall Millions of Laptop Batteries

Dell is recalling more than 4 million notebook PC batteries—an action it says is the largest battery recall thus far in computer history—following a small number of fires. Read More >

EMC Buys RSA: Customers Upbeat, For Now

If its $2.1 billion bid for RSA Security goes through, EMC officially can't be called a "data storage" vendor anymore. At first blush, customers say they expect good things from the deal. Read More >

RSA Confirms Buyout Talks

The authentication specialist said that it is deep into negotiations for a potential transaction, with experts citing EMC, Microsoft and Symantec as potential suitors. Read More >

Dell's Secret Channel

Customer pressure is driving more resellers to work with direct-market giant Dell, and Dell is making it easy for them. But don't tell Wall Street. Read More >

Software as a Service Fact Sheet

The rental model has been revived, and some companies are finding value thanks to better pricing and lower up-front costs. But the rent vs. buy cost analysis is fraught with complexity. Read More >

Entrepreneurs Set Their Sights on Flight

Air-taxi service is being built around a new class of aircraft that has benefited from the involvement and investment of tech industry executives; still others are pursuing independent efforts to build manned spacecraft. Read More >

RFID Still Not Getting the Job Done

After years of being the the miracle technology of tomorrow, corporate excitement about RFID is starting to wane. It's not that it doesn't still hold promise, it's just that it's failed to deliver so often, IT strategists have moved plans for it from the Read More >

Knowledge is Speed: Hendrick Motorsports Inc.'s Jim Wall

For Hendrick Motorsports Inc., winning NASCAR races comes down to one thing: speed on the track. But track speed relies on another kind of velocity, too: time to market—and that's where Jim Wall proved IT could make all the difference. Read More >

Book Briefs: Make the Rules or Your Rivals Will

Here's Wharton School Professor Shell's argument in a nutshell: He who makes the rules wins. Read More >

Review: Grow or Die!

Double-Digit Growth: How Great Companies Achieve It— No Matter What Read More >

Due Diligence: Dell and the Deep Blue Sea

Dell Computer is extending its low-cost model into just about every computer box business around, writes Eric Nee. Is there any way to compete? No one's come up with one yet. Read More >

Book Review: Winning by Losing

Relying on outmoded ideas about success and failure stands in the way of your ability to innovate, compete and stay ahead of the curve. Read More >

Book Brief: Mind at Light Speed

A prominent computer scientist and physicist argues that optical computing will permanently change the nature of computing and intelligence. Read More >

Trends: Management

Most CIOs already know they need to sweat the bottom line. Now comes the hard part: learning how to build better relationships to boost their influence and win support for new projects. Read More >

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