WSJ: Dell Will Report Weak Q1 EPS Of $0.20 On Revenue Of $14 Billion

Posted on May 15 2013 - 12:13am by Editorial Staff

Dell

Dell going to report weak first quarter earnings per share on non-GAAP basis of $0.20 on better-than expected revenue of $14 billion, higher than the $13.5 billion according to the Wall Street Journal (via CNBC). The publication source further revealed that the company expected to report operating income of about $600 million, which in turn is below average analyst forecasts.

The company which being under huge pressure from quite some time over turning into private which now in turn with expected results clearly indicates how and what actually cooking inside the company with missing its earnings per share. Well, the official result is due tomorrow and we will be covering live, and also strongly believing that the results will be similar as leaked.

 

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