What we learned from Dell and HP's latest quarterly results

Dell reports 'best third quarter in history' as HP reveals full year gains

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What we learned from Dell and HP's latest quarterly results

Dell and HP had both posted quarterly results overnight. Dell's overall sales were up 21 per cent to $28.4bn in its fiscal Q3, while competitor HP also saw its revenue rise, by 9.3 per cent, to $16.7bn for its fourth quarter. HP's final quarter results means the vendor's revenue for the full year rose 12.1 per cent to $63.5bn. We break down both sets of results: Dell Alongside a 21 per cent sales increase, Dell also saw non-GAAP operating income hit a third quarter record of $2.9bn,...

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