Goodfellas: Starring a Little Company Named Dell

April 03 (Bloomberg) -- In January, Bloomberg News broke the story that Dell was in talks with private equity firms to go private. It's been a roller coaster ride for investors since then. First, the company announced it would sell itself for $13.65 per share. Shareholders revolted and now rival bidders are trying to break apart that initial deal. It's become messy and complicated, but there is one easy way to understand the stakeholders and their movements. Bloomberg's Cristina Alesci reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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