Dell to cut more than 6,600 jobs

Blames PC downturn, says cuts will raise efficiency

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Dell to cut about 6,650 jobs, report
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Dell to cut about 6,650 jobs, report

American tech giant Dell Technologies is preparing to lay off around 6,650 workers due to a decline in the global PC market.

According to Bloomberg, Dell co-CEO Jeff Clarke told employees in a memo  the firm is dealing with market conditions that "continue to erode with an uncertain future." He added that earlier cost...

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