Today Is Dell’s Last Day as a Public Company

See you around, DELL.
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Dell’s Days as a Public Company Will End With a 13-Cent Dividend Payment

Also: The board will shrink from 10 members to three.
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Carl Icahn Backs Down From Legal Challenge to Dell Buyout

Never mind, then.
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Nearly 70 Percent of Dell Shareholders Voted to Go Private

Not even close.
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With Its Buyout Battle Won, What’s Next for Dell?

The road ahead doesn’t look easy.
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Dell Shareholders Approve $25 Billion Buyout to Go Private

The company will soon have only two shareholders: Michael Dell and Silver Lake.
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Shareholders Will Probably Approve Dell’s Go-Private Plan Tomorrow

But does that mean the drama is over? Hardly.
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Carl Icahn Ends Effort to Take Control of Dell

He says he cannot win.
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Dell’s $24.4 Billion Buyout Vote Comes Before Shareholders, Again, Maybe, or Not

Finally vote? Or another delay?
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Dell Buyout Near Collapse as Board Committee Rejects Sweetened Offer

No change in voting rules skews the math in favor of shareholders, including Carl Icahn, who oppose the buyout.
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Dell Buyout Vote Delayed