Dell Inc. shareholders are again poised to help decide the fate of the computer maker in a shareholder vote Wednesday evening at the company’s Round Rock headquarters.
But whether or not founder and CEO Michael Dell has enough votes to support his plan to take the computer maker private is anyone’s guess.
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