Since getting its start in a University of Texas dorm room in 1984, Dell Inc. has grown into a global organization with more than 100,000 employees, including 14,000 of them in Central Texas.
So the ongoing fight for the Round Rock-based computer maker’s future is one that could have a major impact on the Central Texas tech sector and on the area’s economy as a whole.
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