Dell Inc. said Tuesday that federal regulators have signed off on the company’s $24.9 billion buyout deal, clearing one of the last remaining barriers on the Round Rock computer maker’s path toward becoming a private company.
The buyout offer, led by company founder and CEO Michael Dell and his financial partner Silver Lake Partners, has received “all necessary pre-merger regulatory clearances,” Dell Inc. said in a news release.
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