Dell

Dell, Inc. is an American multinational information technology corporation based in 1 Dell Way, Round Rock, Texas, United States, that develops, sells and supports computers and related products and services. Dell is listed at number 41 in the Fortune 500 list.

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Notbox Sustainable Packaging Solution Coming to North America

The Notbox Company, a seven-year-old venture led by former Wall Street financier Thomas Hellman, has announced that it is bringing its "leaner, meaner…
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How Dell Gives Packaging a Sustainable Makeover

With the economic downturn, one might assume that companies would abandon its green initiatives like sustainable packaging in favor of cheaper alternatives but…
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Interview with Dell’s VP of Corporate Responsibility, Trisa Thompson

Dell’s 2012 CSR report provides the latest example that you don’t need to choose now between the economy and the environment. Innovation is…
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Joolz Turns the Humble Cardboard Box Into an Object of Delight

Companies have gone to great lengths to make their packaging more sustainable, but Dutch company Joolz has gone a simpler, brand valuable move:…
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Greenpeace Ranks Best Companies in ICT

Following on the heels of the Green Electronics Ranking, today Greenpeace released the fifth version of its Cool IT Leaderboard. This ranks and evaluates…
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Opportunity Green Roundup: Perspectives from Heavy Hitters in CSR

This year, Opportunity Green showcased some of the most innovative companies working in the corporate social responsibility space. Leaders from IBM, Starbucks, KPMG,…
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Dell’s Investment in Sustainable Packaging Earns a Certified Recyclable Rating

At SXSW Eco, many innovative companies and NGOs have come together to discuss ideas for environmental protection. Local computer behemoth Dell was on…
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Dell Swaps Carbon Neutrality for Energy Efficiency

Dell has stopped purchasing Renewable Energy Credits, central to its promise of becoming a “carbon-neutral” company, according to its 2011 corporate responsibility report.
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Will Dell Come Face-to-Face with Customers Over Google+ Hangouts?

This post is part of a series on Stakeholder Engagement sponsored by Jurat Software. In the 1990’s, Dell enjoyed huge popularity and was…
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Why Electronics Manufacturers Should Help Their Customers Recycle

This post is part of a series on Stakeholder Engagement sponsored by Jurat Software. By Mike Watson
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Three Ways Fungi Might Save Your Business

News of the magical business opportunities of the mushroom keeps crossing my desk, and no, I’m not talking about Psilocybin. I spend my…
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Can Packaging Boost Sales as Companies Strive for Sustainability?

This post is part of a blogging series by marketing students at the Presidio Graduate School’s MBA program. You can follow along here.…
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Dell Takes the Plunge into ‘Shroom Packaging

Dell has been serious about sustainable packaging for several years, and now the company is taking it up to a new level. After…
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Dell: The Invisible Green Computer Company

When I say Dell, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, not much. Perhaps a vague recollection that it’s a custom…
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Lessons from Dell’s Stakeholder Engagement Model

Vijay Kanal, CMC, Kanal Consulting Few companies have advanced their stakeholder engagement on sustainability as quickly and effectively as Dell. The company (like…