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Dell employees grumble about buyout as stock options are drowned

Michael Dell Promises Employees That Big Changes Are Coming To The PC Business (DELL)

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Michael Dell sent an email to employees today telling them why the company will be awesome after a private-equity buyout. Because the company is in ongoing negotiations with investors, Dell filed a copy of the email with the SEC. The company's founder and CEO has a lot of PR work to...
Michael Dell Promises Employees That Big Changes Are Coming To The PC Business (DELL)

Icahn Threatens Dell With "Years of Litigation" Over Buyout

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It’s confirmed. Carl Icahn has an investment stake in Dell, and is gearing up for a fight against that company’s proposal to go private in a leveraged buyout transaction. Dell’s board of directors confirmed what CNBC first reported yesterday in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that...
Icahn Threatens Dell With "Years of Litigation" Over Buyout

People Are Actually Talking About The Possible Collapse Of Dell's $24 Billion Take-Private Deal (DELL)

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Last December, Dell CEO Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake began planning to take PC-maker Dell private. Then, in February the deal reached seeming consummation, with Dell's board agreeing to a $24 billion buyout. In fact, the only threat to the deal was that another private equity, Blackstone,...
People Are Actually Talking About The Possible Collapse Of Dell's $24 Billion Take-Private Deal (DELL)
Dell's Board Said To Be Considering Takeover Proposals From Blackstone And Carl Icahn

Samsung's lawyers want Apple to show the HTC deal -- implications for irreparable harm

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On Friday afternoon Pacific Time, Samsung's counsel in the dispute with Apple, the law firm of Quinn Emanuel, brought a motion asking for access, for the purposes of evaluating Apple's claim that it will suffer irreparable harm in the absence of a permanent injunction, to the ten-year license agreement Apple...
Samsung's lawyers want Apple to show the HTC deal -- implications for irreparable harm

Publishers abandon fight against Google book scanning

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Five large publishers have made a separate peace with Google over the inclusion of their books in Google Books, announcing a settlement that resolves the seven-year-old litigation with the search giant. Google had been fighting a two-front war over its Google Books program. In addition to its dispute with the...
Publishers abandon fight against Google book scanning
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