One month ahead of a Dell Inc. shareholder vote on the company’s proposed buyout, there are few signs that activist investor Carl Icahn has put together all the pieces he needs to offer an alternative proposal for investors.
Icahn, who has the backing of Memphis-based Southeastern Asset Management Inc., a big and disgruntled Dell shareholder, has suggested two possible plans for the company, but has not submitted a formal proposal.
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