Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset have created a shortlist of candidates to replace Michael Dell...


Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset have created a shortlist of candidates to replace Michael Dell should their bid for his company (DELL) succeed, Reuters reports. The list bears a strong resemblance to the one former bidder Blackstone created. Oracle president Mark Hurd is on it (even though he claims to be uninterested), and so is former Compaq CEO Michael Capellas, ex-IBM services chief Michael Daniels, and H-P PC chief Todd Bradley. Icahn has already declared "Michael Dell will not be running the company" if his bid wins out.

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  • suwanneeriver
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    Go Carl Go...I'm with you bro.!
    9 Jun 2013, 08:44 AM Reply Like
  • bigd3086
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    as i have commented before the michael dell bid is a bid to steal a great deal of future value. the resurrection of this company lies in its name and its services business. i still believe the carl icahn deal is the best way to reward shareholders for sticking with a company that has given them little reward while it gives some immediate cash relief it also allows them to participate in the future of this company i firmly believe that there is a good deal of signifigant future value
    9 Jun 2013, 09:15 AM Reply Like
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