Articles about Packard Bell
I'll give the fire brigade a Bell
Value of Gateway, Packard Bell, eMachines and E-Ten cut
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Acer has made a number of senior management changes as the Taiwan-based firm deepens its computer manufacturing footprint following the completed purchase of Packard Bell. It said in a statement that Semmy Levit, who was Acer's UK country manager for the past three years, has been promoted to the role of European head of the …
Lap Shun Hui has scored a success in his battle to collect the great PC brands of yesteryear by buying Packard Bell from NEC. NEC revealed the sale of its European PC operation earlier today but is keeping quiet on how much it got for the operation, Reuters reports. The news agency said Packard Bell turns over around $1bn a …
PC maker dives into the red thanks to $120m write-down
¥10bn punted for European PC arm
Microsoft UK has unveiled its first 'collection' of PCs, chosen by the company to suit lifestyles and budgets. The spring collection features 30 models from nine manufacturers and will be available from all major retailers. The PC makers are Sony, Dell, Packard Bell, HP, Lenovo, Toshiba, Acer, Alienware and Scan. The Collection …
Restructuring at Acer continues with another high level director exiting the business in the wake of its inventory woes and declining sales. The firm parted with CEO Gianfranco Lanci in March and then began initiating an operational re-jig during the summer, creating three divisions: consumer, professional and Touch. Among the …
Game of executive musical chairs ongoing too
You're speaking too close to the fire
EMEA market boost
Our survey says...
Stuff this, we're going home
Digesting Gateway and Packard-Bell
So how many companies are still making PCs?
An indirect assault on HP, Dell, and IBM
According to a report, Lenovo, which picked EMC's Mozy cloud backup for its SL business notebook line, has rejected EMC and picked competing Carbonite cloud backup for its consumer IdeaPad notebooks (Should we believe a single report? The reporting Mass High Tech journal looks solid and it directly quotes Carbonite CEO David …
Server boss comes to London, become hostage to fortune
Vendors, dealers live in parallel universes
Er, what does that mean? Anything you want it to
Get your money up front if you want money up front
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Retail? We've heard of it
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