Dell Inc. agreed to buy EMC Corp. for about $67 billion in the largest technology acquisition ever as Michael Dell looks to leverage EMC’s dominance in storage devices amid intensifying competition.
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Dell Inc.’s $67 billion buyout of EMC Corp. is shaping up to be a win for nearly everyone involved -- except for the data storage company’s bondholders.
About a quarter of Dell Inc.’s $67 billion valuation for EMC Corp. hinges on a type of security that most of Wall Street considers an artifact of the technology bubble: tracking stock. Should anyone be concerned?
Greylock Partners Jerry Chen examines the Dell-EMC deal with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang and Alex Sherman on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Michael Dell is convincing credit raters that his company will have little problem shouldering the almost $50 billion of debt it plans to issue to buy EMC Corp.
Dell Inc. will add almost $50 billion in debt to complete its proposed acquisition of EMC Corp., the largest technology acquisition ever, bringing the closely held company’s total debt to about $60 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.
For two years, Michael Dell was the technology industry’s invisible man, toiling behind the scenes to remake the computer maker he founded three decades ago in his University of Texas dorm room. Now, with his audacious plan to acquire EMC Corp. -- the largest tech merger in history -- Dell is launching a once-improbable second act.
For almost his entire time as chief executive of EMC Corp., Joe Tucci has been dogged by one question: would the company survive on its own?
EMC Corp.’s stake in VMware Inc. has turned out to be valuable currency in the computing company’s planned $67 billion sale to Dell Inc. It also ranks as one of the biggest corporate investment returns in tech history.
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Jack Dorsey outlined job-cut plans a week after being namedTwitter Inc.’s chief executive officer, saying the move is aimed at getting products out the door more swiftly. Bloomberg's Alex Barinka reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Jones Day head of Global M&A Bob Profusek discusses mergers and acquisitions and the Dell and EMC deal. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets. (Source: Bloomberg)
Medallia President Amy Pressman and Medallia CEO Borge Hald discuss the $1B startup that specializes in customer experience management. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak sits down with Bloomberg's Emily Chang to dicuss the new "Steve Jobs" movie and future of Apple on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Mizuho Securities analyst Abhey Lamba discusses the Dell-EMC mega merger. He speaks with Bloomberg’s David Gura on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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