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Submitted by justinbkerr 751d ago | news

Southeastern Asset Management to Fight Dell’s Takeover

New York Times: One of the biggest investors in Dell said on Friday that it would oppose the company’s plans to go private, setting up a major potential roadblock for the biggest buyout since the financial crisis.

Southeastern Asset Management, Dell’s largest outside shareholder, argued in a letter to the board that the $24.4 billion takeover bid was too low. (Dell, Industry, PC hardware)

Credit url: maximumpc.com
mpctips  +   751d ago
Good luck with that.
newsguy  +   750d ago
money, money, money
Gondee  +   750d ago
They are always so concerned about $$$$$$$. Just because these dick heads have to sell their company stock (which they probably have millions of shares) for lower than they want.

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