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Dell’s bid to go private meets with disapproving shareholders

by in Enterprise Tech.
The Dell logo is displayed on the exterior of the new Dell research and development facility on October 19, 2011 in Santa Clara, California.

Dell’s strategy to keep up with the changing scene of personal computing was not unlike many other established tech giants, but it’s been hit harder than other traditional IT players that have restructured their business models, including IBM and HP. As a result, the company is set to go private in an estimated $24 billion buyout so it can refocus its strategies, away from the microscope of investors.

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