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Short Take: Grocery chain in Dell deal

Grocery store chain H-E-B has selected Dell Computer in a three-year agreement to purchase about $30 million in computer desktops, workstations, notebooks, and servers, a company statement said today. H-E-B has 45,000 employees and 245 stores in Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico.

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Stephen Shankland
Grocery store chain H-E-B has selected in a three-year agreement to purchase about $30 million in computer desktops, workstations, notebooks, and servers, a company statement said today. H-E-B has 45,000 employees and 245 stores in Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico.