Dell executives discussed the company’s strategy and operating agenda along with a financial overview and update on its four customer segments at its 2009 Analyst Meeting in Austin, Texas on Tuesday, July 14.

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This meeting featured Chairman and CEO Michael S. Dell, and Senior Vice President and CFO Brian T. Gladden as well as each of Dell's customer segment presidents.

Michael Dell            Brian Gladden

 Michael S. Dell              Brian T. Gladden

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