>> Days after the deal was announced, Southeastern Asset Management wrote a letter to the board stating Dell's value is closer to $24 per share.
How does SAM say that something is worth more than it is publicly valued at? And I don't just mean a little, I mean 130+% more. This just sounds like extortion by the greedy.
>> "years of litigation will follow challenging the transaction and all the actions of the directors that participated in it."
Yeah... that's not extortionish at all.
>> To help make it happen, Icahn offered a $3.25 billion bridge loan to Dell.
And, that sounds like they want kickbacks. "Here's a loan if you: pay back this loan, plus pay out a dividend to us that is disproportionately high to your company's value." If the payouts don't make sense without a loan, why bend over that barrel?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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