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The article that I choose was Can Michael Dell Escape The Box As one of the most brilliant innovator of our time Michael Dell is going through what many people believe is a tough time But Michael has the absolute opposite thought about his business The stock has been decline at very high-speeds in the last year So where does Dell go next That is the question that everyone in the technology world is wondering these days Dell is a continuous growth model It is like a living organism It is contestably adoption and changing and finding ways to master its environment as opposed to just respond to it At age 35 Michael Dell is worth about 15 billion After growing 59 in 199848 in 1999 and 39 in the year 2000 Dell told Wall Street to look for 30 in the year 2001 Last quarter the number came in at a disappoint 25 Dell has decided to go to the next level with selling servers In sales of Wintel servers where Dell is No 2 behind Compaq it defied skeptics who said it could never sell something so complicated over the telephone or Internet Now Dell is trying to move even further up to the computing food chains by low cost storage systems and services sell along with its hardware Although Dells revenues are rising smartly its rate of growth has been decline and Wall Street has pounded the stock The hiring at the Dell Corp is a very intense process The hiring is design to weed out anyone who would slow Dell down People with the big egos who get off on big budgets and big staffs need not to apply at Dell Newcomers are told they must be comfortable with a high level of ambiguity Even old timers are hard pressed to draw an organization chart Some people are in charge of segments and some are in charge of products Dells campus
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