Less than three weeks before a Dell Inc. shareholders meeting on July 18, one disgruntled shareholder continues to criticize the proposed management buyout while another, New York billionaire Carl Icahn, might be close to gathering the financing he needs to make his own formal offer for the Round Rock company.
Icahn appears be close to gathering the commitments he needs for the $5.2 billion, six-year loan he needs to make an offer to buy most of Dell Inc.’s stock for $14 a share, according to report in the New York Post, citing an unnamed source.
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