And seldom is heard a discouraging word about regular-guy founder and chairman Michael Dell, whose $14.2 billion fortune places him ninth on the Forbes 400. Great guy, superior business model, fantastic stock. Advertisement But all of a …
The stock market is a giant rip-off of middle-class investors. Don’t take my word for it. Take Michael Dell’s. Dell took his computer manufacturing company public in 1988—that is, he sold stock in the company to anyone who wanted it. Now …
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 …
EMC Corp’s shareholders aren’t happy with the tracking stock that’s included as part of the estimated $67 billion payment by Dell Inc. in a merger announced Monday. But some say they’re willing to live with the unusual payment if it’s the …
The shareholder vote was this morning, and the majority voted in favor of Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners' $25 billion bid to take Dell private. Shareholders will ... Icahn made them up the bid. Dell's stock has been tanking since 2004, …
A Dell Precision R5500 Rack-mounted workstation is seen at the world's biggest high-tech fair, the CeBIT, on March 6, 2012 in Hanover, central Germany. Dell shares soared on Monday as rumors spread that the Texas-based computer …
Sandeep Goyal was a small-time stock analyst with a big connection. Before pursuing a career on Wall Street, Mr. Goyal spent three years at Dell, and after he left in 2006, he kept close ties to his colleagues at the computer maker. In 2008, …
Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake announced today (Monday) they are buying EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC) for $33.15 a share, or $67 billion. Now investors are asking us, "Should I buy EMC stock?" The deal will pay EMC shareholders …
If you’re paying attention to Dell Inc.’s takeover of EMC Corp. today, you may be wondering: What is a tracking stock? And why did Dell choose to use one in the EMC deal?
DALLAS, May 25— The Dell Computer Corporation today reported a stunning setback in its notebook-computer operations and an unexpected drop of more than 48 percent in its first-quarter profits, to $10.2 million -- its first decline in profits in …