Investors who control more than 47 million shares of Dell Inc. stock say they could ask a judge to award them more than the buyout price approved by shareholders in September.
The investors – which include T. Rowe Price Group Inc. and more than 100 other Dell Inc. shareholders – voted against the $24.9 billion buyout led by company founder and CEO Michael Dell and his financial partner, Silver Lake Partners. Those investors have sent a letter to the company preserving their right to seek appraisal of their shares through Delaware Chancery Court.
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