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From: hdl8/2/2013 10:26:09 AM
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any upside from here? will icahn make a better offer?

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To: calgal who wrote ()11/29/2013 5:22:48 PM
From: E_K_S
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Not sure what your post has to do with Dell Computers?

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To: calgal who wrote ()11/30/2013 12:06:01 AM
From: SI Dmitry (code monkey)
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Dear calgal,

Posting off-topic political content to stock investment discussion boards is prohibited on SI.

Please do not do this.

Regards,

@Dima

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To: SI Dmitry (code monkey) who wrote (176356)12/2/2013 8:40:42 PM
From: calgal
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I am very capable of mis-posting.sorry. What did I do?

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From: Sr K12/10/2013 12:25:03 AM
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Dell laying the groundwork to go public again?

He's on Charlie Rose, upbeat about growing at double-digit rates, and the growth while public of 13,500% or 27 times the S&P 500.

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From: Sr K9/5/2014 11:32:56 PM
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First Dell laptops with Broadwell architecture Core M.

pcworld.com

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From: zax10/12/2015 9:55:13 AM
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In Takeover of EMC, Dell Makes Ambitious Bet
By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED OCT. 12, 2015

nytimes.com

SAN FRANCISCO — Two years ago, Michael S. Dell succeeded in taking the company that bears his name private, giving him time and flexibility to adapt it to a rapidly changing technology industry.Now Dell is poised to strike the biggest-ever takeover in the technology industry by buying a fellow company grappling with swift changes: the storage provider EMC.

In striking its deal of more than $60 billion, Dell and its financial backer, the investment firm Silver Lake, are betting that a huge acquisition will help one of the best-known names in the industry keep up with the times.

No longer can a company like Dell thrive simply by making personal computers, the business that its founder began in his dorm room three decades ago. Mr. Dell recognized that when he and Silver Lake took the company private two years ago, with the goal of continuing to move toward corporate computing services away from the glare of the public stock markets.

Buying EMC would give Dell one of the biggest names in computer data storage, adding to existing offerings like network servers, corporate software and mobile devices.

</snip> Rest here: nytimes.com

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From: more1001/13/2016 9:13:59 AM
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PC makers may be in the spotlight after Gartner reported that worldwide PC shipments fell 8.3 percent year-over-year to 75.7 million in the fourth quarter. The firm estimates a 1 percent drop in shipments in 2016.

Lenovo took the top spot, with a 20.3 percent share of the total market, followed by HP’s (HP) 18.8 percent and Dell’s (DELL) 13.5 percent. Apple was in fifth place with a 7.5 percent share despite a 2.8 percent year-over-year increase in shipments. Most others reported declines in shipments.

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From: Sr K4/1/2016 7:21:37 PM
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Full story at wsj.com

Updated April 1, 2016 4:52 p.m. ET
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A cybersecurity firm owned by Dell Inc. is seeking to end the technology IPO drought.

SecureWorks Corp., owned by Dell’s closely held parent, Denali Holding Inc., is seeking to launch its initial public offering in April, people close to the deal say. The company could begin its “roadshow” to market the stock to investors during the week of April 11, the people said. The shares are expected to trade on Nasdaq under the symbol “SCWX”, according to a previous securities filing.

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But in one respect it is similar: SecureWorks doesn’t make a profit.

In fact, the company’s losses have been swelling alongside its revenue. For the fiscal year ended Jan. 29, SecureWorks generated $339.5 million in revenue, up 30% from the previous year, while its net loss of $72.4 million was nearly twice as wide, according to a securities filing.

The company’s expanding losses could cause concern for investors, who have been increasingly demanding a clear path to profit.

SecureWorks filed IPO papers confidentially over the summer, as The Wall Street Journal reported in October, and publicly disclosed the plan in December. Bank of America Corp. and Morgan Stanley are lead underwriters on the deal.

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From: Sr K6/1/2016 1:21:49 PM
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bloomberg.com

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