Carl Icahn: I've never seen a board as bad as Dell's
Billionaire activist Carl Icahn said in an interview with CNBC that he's never seen a board as bad as Dell's.
In fact, getting rid of the board would be an asset to the company, Icahn said.
He added that he definitely has a candidate in mind for CEO.
The comments came a day before a Dell shareholder vote on a buyout offer from founder Michael Dell.
Icahn has urged shareholders to vote against the $24.4 billion offer from Michael Dell and private-equity firm Silver Lake, saying at $13.65 a share, it "substantially" undervalues the company.
There has been buzz this week that Dell may postpone the vote in order to garner more support for the deal.
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