The future of Dell Inc. now rests on whether a special committee will grant Michael Dell’s request to change shareholder voting rules in his quest to purchase the computer maker.
But the proposal has sparked allegations that the Round Rock-based company’s founder is trying to remake the rules at the 11th hour — and raises questions about whether the change, if approved, would pass legal muster.
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A look back at the year of twists and turns in the Dell Inc. buyout saga. In Sunday Business