Dell Prices In Pain
The price pressures Dell (DELL) is feeling in its markets are about to show up in its stock.
Shares of the No. 1 PC maker were 8% lower Friday, dragging down much of the technology space, after the company slightly missed Wall Street's second-quarter sales target and offered third-quarter targets below expectations.
Dell said price pressures hurt the second quarter, but the Round Rock, Texas-based company also claimed to gain market share.
"Our strategy is unchanged, and we believe it is the right one for current industry dynamics," said CEO Kevin Rollins during a post-release conference call. He acknowledged pricing pressure on low-end consumer products and sluggish spending by the U.S. federal government."I don't think the competitive environment has changed a lot," Rollins said. "The lower
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