From 1 to 27K workers in 10 years, Dell set to hire more in India says Michael Dell
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"I am hearing generally a bit more optimism from other business leaders and that is a good thing as they are my customers and if they make more investments they are going to use IT and that would help in our business."
Michael Dell is one of the Foundation Board members of the WEF and also serves on the governing board of Indian School of Business in Hyderabad. In addition to his role as Chairman of Dell since he founded it in 1984, he has served as its CEO from 1984 until July 2004 and resumed that role in January 2007.
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