Dell shareholders have approved Dell's plan to take the PC giant private. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis is in Round Rock, Texas with the latest details.
Michael Dell and his investing partner Silver Lake have won shareholder approval to buy and take the computer company he founded private.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports a majority of Dell's shareholders voted to approve Michael Dell's plans to take the tech giant private.
CNBC's David Faber reports preliminary results show Dell shareholders are in favor of a buyout by a margin of 65% to 35%.
Shareholders will gather for the fourth time to vote on Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partner's proposal to take the tech giant private for nearly $25 billion, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Carr Lanphier, Analyst at Morningstar says Michael Dell's offer to take the company private is likely to win shareholder nod and while there will be challenges to come as the company tries to turn its fortunes around, the deal might just be the best option for the PC giant going forward.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn continues to believe the Dell/Silver Lake offer undervalues the company, reports CNBC's David Faber.
CNBC's David Faber reports Carl Icahn will not pursue additional efforts to defeat Michael Dell's proposal. Icahn determined it's "almost impossible" to win battle.
Dell is reporting a 72 percent drop in profits as PC sales drag, Brian Marshal, ISI Group, provides analysis.
Weak PC sales are dragging Dell's profits lower, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Carr Lanphier, Morningstar analyst, provides analysis of Dell's second quarter earnings and weighs in on how the company's plan to go private will likely impact shareholders and profits.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn does not own shares in Hewlett-Packard, sources told CNBC, despite chatter to the contrary that helped boost the computer maker's stock 4 percent.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest details on the agreement reached between Dell's special committee and Michael Dell & Silver Lake Partners.
The deal Michael Dell has been pushing for has officially been approved.
Dell's special committee has reached a deal with Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners, reports David Faber, with details of the new deal.
The Dell deal calls for $13.75 per share, and a special dividend of $0.13 per share, plus a guaranteed dividend of $0.08 in the third quarter, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, discusses why he prefers Carl Icahn's deal for the PC maker over Michael Dell's bid to take the company private.
David Eaton, Vice President of Proxy Research at Glass Lewis believes that if the Friday vote does happen, Michael Dell may not be able to garner enough votes to support his buyout proposal.
As the Friday deadline approaches, Michael Dell and the Dell board remain in talks and there is progress on the buyout of the computer maker, sources say.
Michael Dell seems willing to let the deal to buy the company he founded go to a self-defeating vote this Friday. Why?