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Dell, the Texas-based technology company that helped make the desktop personal computer mainstream, is reportedly in talks to go private with the help of private equity firms, according to a report issued by Bloomberg news citing sources familiar with the ...
TechCrunch · ByColleen Taylor · 1/13/2014
"We understand shareholder frustration with Dell's offer, but given where other large cap tech stocks are trading, a takeout multiple above 4.5x EV/EBITDA [earnings value/earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation] seems unlikely."
CRN Australia · 2/18/2013
Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) shares were down 6 percent premarket ... Proactive Investors North America Inc, trades as "Proactiveinvestors USA & Canada". You understand and agree that no content published on the Site constitutes a recommendation that any …
Proactiveinvestors · 2/22/2012
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 report “a slight ...
All Things D · ByJohn Paczkowski · 7/13/2009
company instead give shareholders a special dividend of $12 in cash or stock per share. That would have allowed shareholders to get cash and stay invested in the company.Dell's board rejected that proposal and has asked shareholders to approve the offer ...
Observer-Reporter · 6/18/2013
It also has a huge surrounding productivity suite that creates a funnel to Power BI and Designer that Dell doesn't have ... Editor's Note: This article covers one or more stocks trading at less than $1 per share and/or with less than a $100 million ...
Seeking Alpha · 6/24/2015
I should note that the 16GB model is already out of stock, so this one is probably headed that way ... Like this one: Best Buy has the Dell C1760nw color laser printer for $99.99 shipped (plus tax). Regular price: $150.
CNet · ByRick Broida · 1 day ago
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company instead give shareholders a special dividend of $US12 in cash or stock per share. That would have allowed shareholders to get cash and stay invested in the company. Dell's board rejected that proposal and has asked shareholders to approve the …
Perth Now Sunday Times · 6/19/2013
Anyone buying a company generally has to pay a premium to the stock price, but there was no indication from Dell that a deal is on the table. Shaw Wu, an analyst at Kaufman Bros., said a buyout could make sense because it would take Dell out of public ...
Businessweek · 6/4/2010
Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) is said to be trying to go private. Rumor-mongers say the company is talking to private equity firms about a buyout. The Street likes what it hears, it seems. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers ponder what it all means for the PC market.
DABCC · 1/16/2013