Traders treat PC makers debt like junk as companys cash declines.
By Mary Childs, Bloomberg|August 27, 2012 at 05:21 AM
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Dell Inc., which has $6 billion of debt due before 2016, is being treated like a junk-rated borrower as its cash falls to the lowest level in a decade with customers favoring tablets and smartphones over personal computers.
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