Long suffering shareholders of EMC (EMC) have been hoping for years for a transformative merger or restructuring to bail out their investment. But there's some disappointment that the deal that has finally materialized, a supposed $67 billion …
Strategies that Revolutionized an Industry," Dell's stock has grown in value 36,000 percent over the past 10 years. That's right, boys and girls. An investment of $1,000 in Dell stock in 1989 would be worth roughly $36,000,000 today. A share …
Dec 14 (Reuters) - Dell Inc said in a filing on Monday that it has the flexibility to buy back at least $3 billion in VMWare Inc tracking stock, the special class of shares the computer maker plans to issue to help finance its acquisition of EMC …
NEW YORK – A former hedge fund manager convicted of insider trading charges for making as much as $50 million on …
This is bad to worse. As Dell’s special committee leans on Michael Dell to raise his offer to take the company private, and Carl Icahn circles with a somewhat pathetic bid to pay more per share than the company’s founder, investors are …
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn promised Dell Inc shareholders that the company would buy back up to $16 billion of stock if they join his campaign to stop the computer maker from going private. Time is running out for Icahn. Next month, the …
Dell and Carl Icahn have agreed to cap his stake in the personal computer maker while a special board committee considers competing takeover bids from the billionaire investor, a group led by CEO Michael Dell and buyout specialist …
(Reuters) - The computer maker Dell Inc won a legal fight that may have saved its owners tens of millions of dollars with a complex answer to a seemingly simple question of who is the record holder of a stock. A ruling on Monday by a …
Dell's stock soared 13 percent Monday on a report that the struggling personal computer maker is in talks to take the company private. Bloomberg News said Dell has discussed a potential sale with at least two firms that specialize in …
Things are starting to look up for Dell–well, as much as they can for a company so beaten into submission by the econalypse. The company said Monday that demand for its products appears to have stabilized and that it expects to …