Dell's no longer a public company, and in a new effort to shed its behemoth corporation image, the company's playing up its humble beginnings from Michael Dell's mini fridge-clad college dorm room. Notably, there's no Apple, which famously began in Steve Jobs' garage, and that Michael Dell once suggested be shut down. Dell went private at the end of October, a long and drawn out process that involved Dell himself, along with private equity firm Silverlake buying out the public company as part of a $24.9 billion deal.
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Dell touts its humble startup soul in new ‘Beginnings’ ad spot