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Investors will be on the edge of their seats during the days leading up to the vote that will determine Dell's fate.
A shareholder vote on Michael Dell's proposal to take the tech company private could be delayed if the deal is seen as being voted down, according to sources.
Activist investor Carl Icahn announced he will enhance his offer to buy the PC maker for a proposed $14 per share, plus one warrant, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is seeking an appraisal that allows Dell shareholders to still take the $13.65 per share, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Short-term takeover targets have some "potholes," says Mario Gabelli of the Gabelli Funds, providing his play on Hillshire Farm, Post and Navistar. And a technical look at what the charts are indicating about the markets, with Stephen Suttmeier, Bank of America.
Stephen Yacktman of Yacktman Asset Management explains why he supports Carl Icahn's tender offer of $14 a share for the PC maker.
Will Carl Icahn back down from his bid to buy Dell? CNBC's David Faber has the latest details on the proposal to acquire PC maker.
Carl Ichan has secured $5.2 billion in financing for Dell's recap plan, reports CNBC's David Faber.
CNBC's David Faber reports the two corporate leaders had dinner to discuss the price of a deal for Dell. Icahn would not comment.
CNBC's David Faber reports the latest details in the battle for Dell.
The war of words over the firing of Men's Wearhouse founder George Zimmer reaches a fever pitch. But this type of noisy departure isn't necessarily atypical.
Carl Icahn fires a new salvo at Dell's leadership for its recent comments on his bid for control of company.
Dell's special committee believes going private delivers the highest value for shareholders, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Michael Dell continues to make the case to take his company private, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Carl Icahn has found something else where he can beat Bill Ackman. The billionaire was the first of the two to make it to Twitter.
Stocks accelerated their selloff in the final hour of trading to end near session lows Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve said it will maintain its bond-buying program, though Chairman Ben Bernanke hinted that the FOMC plans to moderate purchases later this year.
CNBC's David Faber reports according to Carl Icahn, Dell's stock would be worth more than $14 per share after his tender offer.
U.S. stock index futures hovered around the flatline Wednesday, with global markets trading cautiously ahead of the Federal Reserve's all-important policy statement and Chairman Ben Bernanke's press briefing later in the session.
Tuesday’s market gains would suggest Bernanke will stay on; housing starts have slow, steady progress; Prism program apparently foiled plans for more than 50 terrorist attacks.
Billionaire Carl Icahn proposes in a letter to shareholders that Dell undertake a tender offer for 1.1 billion shares at $14 each.