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GuruFocus Financial Strength Rank measures how strong a company’s financial situation is. It is based on these factors

1. The debt burden that the company has as measured by its Interest coverage (current year).
2. Debt to revenue ratio. The lower, the better
3. Altman Z-score.

A company ranks high with financial strength is likely to withstand any business slowdowns and recessions.

Financial Strength : 6/10

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industry
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history
Cash to Debt 1.49
EMC's Cash to Debt is ranked lower than
52% of the 2488 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 4.04 vs. EMC: 1.49 )
EMC' s 10-Year Cash to Debt Range
Min: 0.81   Max: 101.13
Current: 1.49

0.81
101.13
Equity to Asset 0.49
EMC's Equity to Asset is ranked lower than
52% of the 2478 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 0.58 vs. EMC: 0.49 )
EMC' s 10-Year Equity to Asset Range
Min: 0.49   Max: 0.78
Current: 0.49

0.49
0.78
Interest Coverage 26.60
EMC's Interest Coverage is ranked higher than
52% of the 1547 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 76.29 vs. EMC: 26.60 )
EMC' s 10-Year Interest Coverage Range
Min: 7.75   Max: 185.33
Current: 26.6

7.75
185.33
F-Score: 5
Z-Score: 2.94
M-Score: -2.91
GuruFocus Profitability Rank ranks how profitable a company is and how likely the company’s business will stay that way. It is based on these factors:

1. Operating Margin
2. Trend of the Operating Margin (5-year average). The company with an uptrend profit margin has a higher rank.
••3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank•

The maximum rank is 10. A rank of 7 or higher means a higher profitability and may stay that way. A rank of 3 or lower indicates that the company has had trouble to make a profit.

Profitability Rank is not directly related to the Financial Strength Rank. But if a company is consistently profitable, its financial strength will be stronger.

Profitability & Growth : 8/10

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Operating margin (%) 17.87
EMC's Operating margin (%) is ranked higher than
95% of the 2464 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 3.42 vs. EMC: 17.87 )
EMC' s 10-Year Operating margin (%) Range
Min: -9.84   Max: 25.45
Current: 17.87

-9.84
25.45
Net-margin (%) 12.44
EMC's Net-margin (%) is ranked higher than
91% of the 2465 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 2.74 vs. EMC: 12.44 )
EMC' s 10-Year Net-margin (%) Range
Min: -7.16   Max: 20.08
Current: 12.44

-7.16
20.08
ROE (%) 12.95
EMC's ROE (%) is ranked higher than
86% of the 2428 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 5.17 vs. EMC: 12.95 )
EMC' s 10-Year ROE (%) Range
Min: -6.68   Max: 34.45
Current: 12.95

-6.68
34.45
ROA (%) 6.30
EMC's ROA (%) is ranked higher than
81% of the 2466 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 2.74 vs. EMC: 6.30 )
EMC' s 10-Year ROA (%) Range
Min: -5.13   Max: 19.03
Current: 6.3

-5.13
19.03
ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) 119.32
EMC's ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) is ranked higher than
98% of the 2460 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 10.23 vs. EMC: 119.32 )
EMC' s 10-Year ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) Range
Min: -33.98   Max: 126.04
Current: 119.32

-33.98
126.04
Revenue Growth (%) 10.70
EMC's Revenue Growth (%) is ranked higher than
81% of the 1668 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 3.30 vs. EMC: 10.70 )
EMC' s 10-Year Revenue Growth (%) Range
Min: -28.6   Max: 38.6
Current: 10.7

-28.6
38.6
EBITDA Growth (%) 12.60
EMC's EBITDA Growth (%) is ranked higher than
77% of the 1276 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 5.20 vs. EMC: 12.60 )
EMC' s 10-Year EBITDA Growth (%) Range
Min: -56.8   Max: 147.7
Current: 12.6

-56.8
147.7
EPS Growth (%) 15.00
EMC's EPS Growth (%) is ranked higher than
76% of the 1124 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 5.90 vs. EMC: 15.00 )
EMC' s 10-Year EPS Growth (%) Range
Min: -36.6   Max: 41.3
Current: 15

-36.6
41.3
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Guru Trades

Q2 2013

EMC Guru Trades in Q2 2013

Charles Brandes 335,177 sh (New)
Paul Tudor Jones 10,200 sh (New)
Steven Cohen 2,633,646 sh (+631.98%)
David Rolfe 9,303,186 sh (+89.57%)
Jean-Marie Eveillard 2,772,942 sh (+71.88%)
Mark Hillman 92,195 sh (+39.57%)
Scott Black 455,012 sh (+26.25%)
Whitney Tilson 125,000 sh (+13.64%)
PRIMECAP Management 24,929,149 sh (+12.15%)
Jeremy Grantham 5,823,100 sh (+8.9%)
Pioneer Investments 4,081,743 sh (+6.99%)
Mario Gabelli 103,982 sh (+2.61%)
Zeke Ashton 125,000 sh (unchged)
Steven Cohen 500,000 sh (unchged)
Zeke Ashton 115,000 sh (unchged)
Tom Russo Sold Out
Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc 30,479,802 sh (-2.12%)
Joel Greenblatt 162,322 sh (-7.25%)
Ray Dalio 821,662 sh (-8.06%)
David Tepper 3,708,569 sh (-8.16%)
Jim Simons 2,126,100 sh (-73.09%)
Lee Ainslie 2,521,892 sh (-76.74%)
Ken Fisher 57,407 sh (-84.66%)
NWQ Managers 80,692 sh (-95.15%)
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Q3 2013

EMC Guru Trades in Q3 2013

Howard Marks 400,000 sh (New)
John Rogers 15,507 sh (New)
Zeke Ashton 250,000 sh (+100%)
Joel Greenblatt 232,710 sh (+43.36%)
Pioneer Investments 5,650,014 sh (+38.42%)
Jeremy Grantham 7,031,876 sh (+20.76%)
David Rolfe 10,039,909 sh (+7.92%)
Charles Brandes 348,834 sh (+4.07%)
PRIMECAP Management 25,777,449 sh (+3.4%)
Mario Gabelli 105,680 sh (+1.63%)
Zeke Ashton 115,000 sh (unchged)
Lee Ainslie Sold Out
NWQ Managers Sold Out
Whitney Tilson Sold Out
Jim Simons Sold Out
Mark Hillman 91,347 sh (-0.92%)
Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc 30,039,743 sh (-1.44%)
Scott Black 438,082 sh (-3.72%)
David Tepper 3,389,569 sh (-8.6%)
Paul Tudor Jones 9,100 sh (-10.78%)
Ken Fisher 47,561 sh (-17.15%)
Ray Dalio 429,562 sh (-47.72%)
Jean-Marie Eveillard 429,756 sh (-84.5%)
Steven Cohen 182,696 sh (-93.06%)
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Q4 2013

EMC Guru Trades in Q4 2013

Jim Simons 2,806,000 sh (New)
David Einhorn 2,892,185 sh (New)
Dodge & Cox 3,194,980 sh (New)
Sarah Ketterer 2,296,761 sh (New)
Arnold Van Den Berg 37,745 sh (New)
John Rogers 128,836 sh (+730.82%)
Joel Greenblatt 486,601 sh (+109.1%)
Paul Tudor Jones 18,100 sh (+98.9%)
Howard Marks 610,000 sh (+52.5%)
Jeremy Grantham 10,654,322 sh (+51.51%)
Charles Brandes 460,431 sh (+31.99%)
David Rolfe 12,259,831 sh (+22.11%)
Pioneer Investments 6,392,246 sh (+13.14%)
PRIMECAP Management 27,048,249 sh (+4.93%)
Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc 31,034,816 sh (+3.31%)
Ray Dalio 441,962 sh (+2.89%)
Steven Cohen 600,000 sh (unchged)
Zeke Ashton 160,000 sh (unchged)
Jean-Marie Eveillard Sold Out
Scott Black Sold Out
Mark Hillman 91,243 sh (-0.11%)
Mario Gabelli 93,580 sh (-11.45%)
David Tepper 2,872,569 sh (-15.25%)
Zeke Ashton 210,000 sh (-16%)
Steven Cohen 113,690 sh (-37.77%)
Ken Fisher 21,866 sh (-54.03%)
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Q1 2014

EMC Guru Trades in Q1 2014

Arnold Van Den Berg 37,660 sh (-0.23%)
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Latest Guru Trades with EMC

GuruDate Trades Impact to Portfolio Price Range * (?) Current Price Change from Average Current Shares
Scott Black 2013-12-31 Sold Out 1.3%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%0
Joel Greenblatt 2013-12-31 Add 109.1%0.15%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%486601
Arnold Van Den Berg 2013-12-31 New Buy0.09%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%37745
Dodge & Cox 2013-12-31 New Buy0.08%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%3194980
Jean-Marie Eveillard 2013-12-31 Sold Out 0.03%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%0
Charles Brandes 2013-12-31 Add 31.99%0.03%$23.15 - $25.72 $ 26.6210%460431
Lee Ainslie 2013-09-30 Sold Out 0.81%$23.78 - $27.04 $ 26.622%0
Jean-Marie Eveillard 2013-09-30 Reduce -84.5%0.17%$23.78 - $27.04 $ 26.622%429756
Ray Dalio 2013-09-30 Reduce -47.72%0.08%$23.78 - $27.04 $ 26.622%429562
Joel Greenblatt 2013-09-30 Add 43.36%0.06%$23.78 - $27.04 $ 26.622%232710
Lee Ainslie 2013-06-30 Reduce -76.74%2.61%$21.5 - $24.99 $ 26.6213%2521892
Scott Black 2013-06-30 Add 26.25%0.27%$21.5 - $24.99 $ 26.6213%455012
Charles Brandes 2013-06-30 New Buy0.1%$21.5 - $24.99 $ 26.6213%335177
Jean-Marie Eveillard 2013-06-30 Add 71.88%0.08%$21.5 - $24.99 $ 26.6213%2772942
Lee Ainslie 2013-03-31 Add 70.26%1.4%$22.83 - $25.62 $ 26.6210%10843039
Joel Greenblatt 2013-03-31 Add 449.7%0.17%$22.83 - $25.62 $ 26.6210%175013
Jean-Marie Eveillard 2013-03-31 New Buy0.13%$22.83 - $25.62 $ 26.6210%1613284
Ray Dalio 2013-03-31 Add 33.89%0.05%$22.83 - $25.62 $ 26.6210%893700
Mario Gabelli 2013-03-31 Reduce -27.44%0.01%$22.83 - $25.62 $ 26.6210%101340
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David Rolfe Comments on EMC - Jan 27, 2014

EMC (EMC)’s stock was flat over the course of 2013.  In fact, the stock has been flat over the past three years – sigificantly underperforming the near 50% gain in the S&P 500 Index.  The stock has been buffetted over fears that the Company’s current decelerated growth is in secular decline due to a number of competitive threats.  The first threat is that flash storage and software-defined storage will cannibalize traditional hard disk drives.  Two, the public cloud is only a threat (and not an opportunity) that disintermediates information technology (IT) spend from both EMC and VMware (EMC maintains an over 80% ownership stake in VMW).  Third, VMware’s entrenched vSphere gets displaced by Open-Source and Microsoft’s Hyper-V.  Fourth, recent premium-priced acquisitions of Data Domain and Isilon are evidence of lack of internal product development.

EMC’s products – both hardware and software - are litearlly a geek’s wonderland alphabet soup, which include Storage Area Network (SAN), Network Attached Storage (NAS), Direct Attached Storage (DAS), Virtual SAN, All-Flash XtremIO, Atmos, Avamar,  Data Domain, Isilon, Pivotal, ViPR Software Defined Storgae, VMAX, VNX, VNXe, VPLEX, VSPEX (none of these are typos).  Information storage makes up 70% of revenues and virtualization 23% of revenues.  Products generate 55% of revenues.  Services generate 45% of revenues.  The Company’s gross profit split is approximaltey 67% data storage and 31% virtualization.

The bear case on the Company has been so relentless as to render EMC a “broken growth company.”  Indeed, the stock’s forward P/E is just 11.5X.  In addition, if you exclude the Company’s 80% stake in VMware ($30 billion – cost of all of VMW in 2003 just $635 million) and net cash ($8.5 billion), the remaining EMC business “stub” is valued at only 4-5X earnings.  Mr. Market has thus concluded the Company’s entrenched ecosystem; sticky customers and unparalleled distribution (direct sales force) are of little value.  In addition, such an undemanding valuation assumes further that the Company’s key new products such as Pivotal (“the Android operating system of cloud computing”), XtremeIO and ViPR will never ramp-up quickly in the hundreds of millions of dollars.  On the contrary, we expect EMC to post consolidated revenue growth in the mid-to-high single digits, with modestly expanding margins – mostly thanks to VMware’s relentless push deeper into data center virtualization and automation.  Further, the stock’s attractiveness has not gone unnoticed as the Company recently announced a new dividend and multibillion stock buyback.  These factors should combine to generate the double-digit bottom-line growth we expect over the next few years.  In our view the stock’s downside over the next year or so is just -10%, while the prospective upside to fair vale is +33%.  

 

From David Rolfe (Trades, Portfolio)’s Wedgewood Partners Fourth Quarter 2013 Commentary.

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Wedgewood Partners David Rolfe Comments on EMC - Jul 19, 2013

During the quarter, we increased our weighting in EMC Corp. (EMC) after the stock had been flat over the trailing 12 months, compared to the over 20% run up in the S&P 500 Index. Combined with EMC's double digit free cash flow generation, the stock has gotten cheaper, in our view, through benign neglect. Much of the neglect stems from perceived threats to EMC's role in enterprise data centers. However, as a developer of IT infrastructure, it is normative for EMC to face competition from disruptive new technologies and workflows, especially at the enterprise scale. For example, just a few years ago, EMC's most relevant competitors seemed to be Hewlett Packard, Dell, IBM and NetApp, whereas today, Amazon and a host (no pun intended) of other players in the acronym heavy cloud services industry are more apt at competing with EMC for a dollar of profitability. However, across our multi year holding period, one of the most powerful competitive advantages at EMC has been its robust distribution network. While not nearly as exciting as the technology that gets distributed, EMC's distribution advantage p resents formidable barriers to entry for bot h legacy and new competitors. T he Company can rapidly scale emerging technologies across an unparalleled, information infrastructure focused direct sales force and customer base that is over half a million and g rowing. Of course, most of EMC's competitors know this, but cultivating several hundred thousand points of sale is "easier said, than done." For instance, in 2009, EMC purchased a competitor Data Domain and its roughly $300 million in annual revenues. Not quite four years later, EMC's Data Domain unit is generating revenues at an over $1.5 billion annual run rate (over 400% growth). In a similar vein, during 2010 EMC purchased Isilon Systems, a competitor in scale out storage with roughly $200 million in annual revenues. Less than three years later, this EMC unit is generating revenue at an over $1 billion annual run rate ( again, over 400% growth). It is not clear if these companies would have been able to grow this quickly as standalone competitors that did not have access to EMC's distribution network. What is clear is that significant value was generated for EMC clients and shareholders, thanks to this distinct advantage.

As for VMware (EMC holds a significant ownership share in VMW), after several years of enabling, at least, primitive versions of private clouds for more than 500,000 customers worldwide (including 100% of the Fortune 100), investors are concerned that the proliferation of open source substitutes and public cloud alternatives wil l significantly erode the Company's future earnings power. VMware trades at a historic ally low valuation (a low teen enterprise value to free cash flow multiple, which is half to one third of its recent range), but we think its longer term growth and prof itability prospects are not as dire as the market is implying. While the natural progression for smaller and mid sized business ("SMB") IT departments seems to be the utilization of lower cost, subscription based public cloud services, this will not likely be a winner take all market, especially since EMC has aggressively established itself in the "channel" which is the network of thousands of value added resellers and consultants to SMB IT departments. Further, VMware has a several year head start in cultivating a developer ecosystem, with several thousand applications, many of them mission critical, explicitly supported. In the interim, VMware's product scope is rapidly expanding, thanks to robust reinvestment, where their expertise in abstraction technology puts them at the "tip of the arrow" as data centers become more dependent on the software layer. Further, the value proposition of the public cloud is less robust for larger enterprises, especially those that have long established investments in on site infrastructure, so we believe the barriers to entry into this market segment by VMware rivals and substitutes will be much higher, relative to SMB. In the future, we expect EMC (and VMware) to maintain its competitive positioning in the perpetually changing technology infrastructure industry by continuing to dedicate significant resources towards expanding their product scope – both through acquisition and organically and then maximizing those investments by leveraging their expansive distribution capabilities. So while we recognize the highly competitive nature of enterprise IT innovation, we believe that there is substantial future growth and value still to be recognized in our EMC investment.

From Wedgewood Partners' second quarter 2013 investor letter.

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Ratios

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P/E(ttm) 20.00
EMC's P/E(ttm) is ranked higher than
57% of the 1771 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 19.30 vs. EMC: 20.00 )
EMC' s 10-Year P/E(ttm) Range
Min: 12.95   Max: 310.98
Current: 20

12.95
310.98
P/B 2.50
EMC's P/B is ranked lower than
62% of the 2370 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.48 vs. EMC: 2.50 )
EMC' s 10-Year P/B Range
Min: 1.45   Max: 4.33
Current: 2.5

1.45
4.33
P/S 2.48
EMC's P/S is ranked lower than
75% of the 2534 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 0.91 vs. EMC: 2.48 )
EMC' s 10-Year P/S Range
Min: 1.35   Max: 5.61
Current: 2.48

1.35
5.61
PFCF 10.30
EMC's PFCF is ranked higher than
75% of the 1305 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 16.38 vs. EMC: 10.30 )
EMC' s 10-Year PFCF Range
Min: 7.88   Max: 38.13
Current: 10.3

7.88
38.13
EV-to-EBIT 12.00
EMC's EV-to-EBIT is ranked higher than
69% of the 1925 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 15.73 vs. EMC: 12.00 )
EMC' s 10-Year EV-to-EBIT Range
Min: 9.5   Max: 581.2
Current: 12

9.5
581.2
PEG 1.10
EMC's PEG is ranked higher than
65% of the 796 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.26 vs. EMC: 1.10 )
EMC' s 10-Year PEG Range
Min: 0.55   Max: 3.37
Current: 1.1

0.55
3.37
Shiller P/E 27.10
EMC's Shiller P/E is ranked higher than
57% of the 794 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 25.60 vs. EMC: 27.10 )
EMC' s 10-Year Shiller P/E Range
Min: 18.24   Max: 79.92
Current: 27.1

18.24
79.92

Dividend & Buy Back

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Dividend Yield 1.50
EMC's Dividend Yield is ranked lower than
55% of the 1576 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.78 vs. EMC: 1.50 )
EMC' s 10-Year Dividend Yield Range
Min: 0.37   Max: 1.29
Current: 1.5

0.37
1.29
Dividend Payout 0.22
EMC's Dividend Payout is ranked higher than
73% of the 1242 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 0.31 vs. EMC: 0.22 )
EMC' s 10-Year Dividend Payout Range
Min: 0.23   Max: 0.23
Current: 0.22

Yield on cost (5-Year) 1.50
EMC's Yield on cost (5-Year) is ranked lower than
57% of the 1644 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.94 vs. EMC: 1.50 )
EMC' s 10-Year Yield on cost (5-Year) Range
Min: 0.37   Max: 1.29
Current: 1.5

0.37
1.29
Share Buyback Rate -0.20
EMC's Share Buyback Rate is ranked higher than
78% of the 1229 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: -1.20 vs. EMC: -0.20 )
EMC' s 10-Year Share Buyback Rate Range
Min: 5.1   Max: -107.7
Current: -0.2

Valuation & Return

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Price/Tangible Book 9.00
EMC's Price/Tangible Book is ranked lower than
87% of the 2297 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.60 vs. EMC: 9.00 )
EMC' s 10-Year Price/Tangible Book Range
Min: 0.87   Max: 25.53
Current: 9

0.87
25.53
Price/DCF (Projected) 0.70
EMC's Price/DCF (Projected) is ranked higher than
86% of the 947 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.30 vs. EMC: 0.70 )
EMC' s 10-Year Price/DCF (Projected) Range
Min: 0.58   Max: 14.37
Current: 0.7

0.58
14.37
Price/Median PS Value 0.90
EMC's Price/Median PS Value is ranked higher than
74% of the 2361 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.10 vs. EMC: 0.90 )
EMC' s 10-Year Price/Median PS Value Range
Min: 0.03   Max: 5.97
Current: 0.9

0.03
5.97
Price/Peter Lynch Fair Value 1.00
EMC's Price/Peter Lynch Fair Value is ranked higher than
67% of the 383 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.10 vs. EMC: 1.00 )
EMC' s 10-Year Price/Peter Lynch Fair Value Range
Min: 0.85   Max: 4.66
Current: 1

0.85
4.66
Price/Graham Number 2.70
EMC's Price/Graham Number is ranked lower than
72% of the 1701 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 1.20 vs. EMC: 2.70 )
EMC' s 10-Year Price/Graham Number Range
Min: 0.31   Max: 11.55
Current: 2.7

0.31
11.55
Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) 8.30
EMC's Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) is ranked higher than
72% of the 2081 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 6.10 vs. EMC: 8.30 )
EMC' s 10-Year Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) Range
Min: 0.2   Max: 10.6
Current: 8.3

0.2
10.6
Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) 24.64
EMC's Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) is ranked higher than
91% of the 1318 Companies
in the Global Data Storage industry.

( Industry Median: 3.15 vs. EMC: 24.64 )
EMC' s 10-Year Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) Range
Min: 3.1   Max: 202.1
Current: 24.64

3.1
202.1

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EMC Corporation is a Massachusetts corporation, incorporated in 1979. The Company and its subsidiaries develop, deliver and support the Information Technology industry's a range of information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies and solutions. The Company manages its business in two broad categories: EMC Information Infrastructure and VMware Virtual Infrastructure. The Company's Information Infrastructure provides a foundation for organizations to store, manage, protect, analyze and secure their vast and ever-increasing quantities of information, improve business agility, lower cost of ownership and enhance their competitive advantage within traditional data centers, virtual data centers and cloud-based IT infrastructures. VMware Virtual Infrastructure, represented by the Company's majority equity stake in VMware, Inc. provides virtualization infrastructure solutions. The Company's Information Infrastructure business comprises three segments - Information Storage, RSA Information Security and Information Intelligence Group. The Company offers a comprehensive portfolio of enterprise storage systems and software - including high-end EMC VMAX and mid-tier EMC VNX storage and a portfolio of backup products that support a wide range of enterprise application workloads. Its two additional storage families, EMC Isilon and EMC Atmos, are specifically designed to handle vast quantities of unstructured data. The Company's storage systems can be deployed in storage area networks, networked attached storage, and unified storage combining NAS and SAN, object storage and/or direct attached storage environments. The Company has a portfolio of next-generation disk-based backup and recovery solutions, which includes EMC Avamar deduplication backup software and system, EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems, EMC NetWorker unified backup and recovery software and EMC Disk Library for mainframe products, among others. The Company competes with many companies in the markets it serves, including companies that offer a spectrum of IT products and services and others that offer specific information storage, protection, security, management and intelligence, data analytics or virtualization products or services. As a multinational corporation, the Company is subject to income taxes in both the United States and various foreign jurisdictions.

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