After last-minute attempts to sway reluctant shareholders, will Michael Dell's plan to take the PC maker private gain traction?
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Investor Carl Icahn has ripped apart the Dell founder's actions to take the PC maker private, and asked the CEO to stop whining about the terms on his own proposition.
After months of trying to placate shareholders, Dell's special committee has increased the pressure to try and secure the acceptance of the founder's buyout deal.
The spat between unhappy investors and Dell continues after the firm's buyout was secured for $24.4 billion.
The investors' preferences for board nominees include Carl Icahn himself.
According to reports, the deal which would send Dell private could be finalized as soon as next week.
The Special Committee of the Board of Directors of Dell has requested additional information on the investor's attempt to stop Dell going private.
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Michael Dell is reportedly considering using his own funds to secure majority control within the Dell buyout.
Dell's largest independent shareholder, Southeastern Asset Management, adds its voice to the idea that Dell's buyout was undervalued.