Dell Inc. on Thursday filed what might be its last public earnings report for years to come —- a document that could become Exhibit A in making the case to investors and to a Delaware court on why its proposed buyout needs to go through.
The Round Rock-based computer maker posted second quarter earnings that were both very weak compared with a year ago and still slightly better than what financial analysts expected in the midst of a global personal computer sales slump.
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