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  • Tin's in at Insight

    Insight’s EMEA business has turned in a massive 31% increase in hardware sales, pushing the unit to Q2 sales of $459.7m, up 14% year-on-year. 

  • Consumer spending dip hurts Systemax

    Business spending held up but a drop in consumer interest hit Systemax in its second quarter 

  • Arrow looks to trim $20m as Q2 disappoints

    Arrow Electronics is planning to make cuts as it tries to get the business back on track after a mixed performance in its fiscal second quarter 

  • UK delivers for Ingram Micro

    The UK has been highlighted as only one of two countries in Europe that have managed to deliver double-digit growth for Ingram Micro in the distributor's second quarter 

  • Apple quarterly results disappoint Wall Street

    Apple's results showed growth but not quite as much as analysts had been expecting and as a result they are being widely seen as being disappointing 

  • European PC shipments beat expectations in Q2

    The latest PC tracker figures for EMEA from IDC indicate that the market grew faster than forecasts and tablets continue to be products favoured by users 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 13 July 2012

    The top stories from MicroScope for the week ending 13 July 2012 

  • Size of Euro PC mountain worries Gartner

    A risk-averse approach to channel PC sales during the second quarter means inventory is stacking up, analysts say. 

  • Fujitsu doubles channel PC rebates

    Fujitsu is to double the rebates partners are able to claim on its Lifebook notebook and Esprimo desktop lines under its Client Pay4Performance promotion. 

  • RM turnaround picking up speed

    Education specialist RM delivers results that indicate getting rid of operations and trimming headcount has stopped the losses