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From: Sr K6/1/2016 1:21:49 PM
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From: Sr K6/2/2016 10:17:49 PM
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WSJ
7:29 PM

Nearly $200 Million Flub, T. Rowe Price Seeks a Solution

Investment firm is likely to announce a plan to reimburse clients who lost out when it accidentally voted in favor of the 2013 buyout of Dell Inc.

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From: Sr K12/17/2016 5:54:33 PM
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aggressive price matching at Dell:

Price Match Guarantee
Dell.com wants you to love your new technology without worrying about price. If you find a lower price advertised on the internet for a similarly configured Dell, HP, Lenovo or Apple computer, or any identical electronics product, we will match that price.

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From: Sr K9/7/2017 8:55:45 AM
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During the quarter ended Aug. 4, sales were $19.3 billion, Dell said. It had an operating loss of $979 million. In the previous period, sales were $17.8 billion and an operating loss of $1.5 billion.

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From: Sr K1/4/2018 5:06:21 PM
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Dell DVMT hit an all-time high, 84.95

closed 84.78

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From: Glenn Petersen1/26/2018 4:26:26 PM
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Dell Mulls Return to Market Four Years After Going Private

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From: Sr K11/14/2018 12:59:22 PM
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Dell Technologies to Sweeten Deal for DVMT Tracking Shares

Dell to boost cash portion of DVMT deal by about 50%, according to people familiar with the matter

By Cara Lombardo and Dana Cimilluca

Updated Nov. 14, 2018 12:34 p.m. ET

Breaking News...

Dell Technologies Inc. plans to sweeten a $22 billion deal to buy out an affiliate and return to the public markets, according to people familiar with the matter—five months after the PC and data-storage giant’s initial proposal sparked intense shareholder opposition.

Under the new deal, which could be announced as soon as this week, shareholders of the affiliate, known as DVMT, would receive cash and stock worth more than the current $109-a-share price, the people said. Exactly how much will depend on how DVMT shares trade in a future period. Dell also will increase the $9 billion cash portion of the deal by about 50%, the people said.

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From: Glenn Petersen12/28/2018 11:55:51 AM
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Dell debuts at $46 in return to market

Reuters
December 28 ,2018

(Reuters) - Dell Technologies Inc shares opened at $46 on Friday, giving the computer maker a valuation of $16 billion in its return to public market, after it bought back shares tied to its interest in software maker VMware.

Its Class C shares were last trading at $46.25, while VMware’s shares rose nearly 2 percent to $157.2.

The tracking stock was tied to an 81 percent economic stake in VMware and buying it back allowed Dell to bypass the traditional IPO process, which would likely have involved grilling by investors over Dell’s $52.7 billion debt pile.

The company received the necessary shareholder approval for the deal in early December.

Dell went private here six years ago in a $24.4 billion buyout by Silver Lake private equity firm and Microsoft Corp. The deal was also financed with cash and equity from founder and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell.

Dell holds 17 percent of the global PC market share year-to-date, behind rival HP Inc’s 23 percent and Lenovo Group Ltd’s 21 percent share, according to data from Canalys.

The company reported a 15 percent rise in revenue in its latest quarter, with revenue from products such as desktop PCs, notebooks and tablets, and branded peripherals, rising 11 percent.

Reporting By Aparajita Saxena in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli

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From: SI Ron (Soup Nazi)1/11/2019 8:01:19 PM
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Does someone want to take over this board? The old mod is long gone. Dell is public again.

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From: Sr K2/26/2019 11:28:18 PM
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New high 57.11.
Closed a little below that, at 56.73, on the NYSE.

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