IT giant Dell has said it wants to be the "greenest technology company on the planet". BusinessGreen asks Tod Arbogast, the man charged with making it happen, how the company plans to live up to its bold environmental claims
BusinessGreen: Last year Michael Dell said he wanted the company to be the "greenest technology company on the planet". That's a pretty bold target? Tod Arbogast: It's definitely a challenge because...
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