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Dell (DELL) shareholders who want more than the $13.65 a share that Michael Dell is offering...

Dell (DELL) shareholders who want more than the $13.65 a share that Michael Dell is offering could ask a court to appraise the company's long-term value. Unhappy investors can request the evaluation once 50% of the company's shareholders - excluding Michael Dell - have authorized the deal. A trust has already been set up to represent those who want to exercise their appraisal rights.
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  • suwanneeriver
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    What makes Michael Dell think he can run the company better as a private concern than as a stock owned company? What is he holding out on? What ever happened to going down with the ship as any honorable captain should do? I bought DELL at over $40 a share
    and feel the company never diversified enough to meet the changing
    needs of the consumer! Yes I think a court should get involved to see what else Michael Dell is not telling us!
    23 Jun 2013, 02:57 PM Reply Like
  • bigd3086
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    as i have commented before there is more to this story then a floundering pc business. none of the players are in this for the fun of it. there is untapped future value in this company and i want to be involved. i understand the people who bought this stock at much higher levels not being able to see the reward in waiting any longer for this company to turn around , but i have enough respect for carl icahn to know that he realizes the untapped value in this company.
    23 Jun 2013, 09:54 PM Reply Like
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