Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Monday he has the money he needs to make a formal offer for Dell Inc., and says he wants to meet with the special committee to the company’s board of directors to iron things out.
Icahn said Jeffries Finance, a New York investment bank, has committed to lend $1.6 billion of a $5.2 billion package of debt that Icahn plans to use to offer $14 a share to about 72 percent of Dell’s shareholders.
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