Dell’s largest independent shareholder is turning up the pressure against the proposed $24.4 billion sale of the struggling personal computer maker to a group of investors that includes its CEO.
A shareholder rebellion against Dell’s proposed sale is gaining support, fueling a belief that the personal computer maker will have to wrangle a higher price to get the deal done.
Dell is trying to reassure shareholders about its proposed acquisition by a group led by its founder, saying it considered a number of strategic options before agreeing to the deal.
Slumping personal computer maker Dell announced Tuesday that it is selling itself for $24.4 billion to its founder and a group of investors that includes Microsoft.
Dell’s performance deteriorated along with the rest of the personal computer industry in the third quarter as the company scrambled to expand into other technology fields.
Dell is buying Quest Software for about $2.36 billion, ending recent speculation about who the unnamed bidder was in a battle for the company with investment firm Insight Venture Partners.
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Texas-based Dell Inc. said Monday it has a deal to buy the data storage company Compellent Technologies Inc. for $884 million.