Tracking Stephen Dukker's Thin Client DreamsBy
Dukker, then CEO of eMachines, helped make the PC affordable for millions in the 1990s by pioneering the market for PCs priced as low as $400. But when PC market unit growth hit the wall, eMachine’s razor thin margins—maybe 6% in the best of times—were not nearly enough to weather the storm. Dukker was ousted.
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