Dell Yanks Public Listing After Sealing $25B Buyout

Law360, New York (October 29, 2013, 1:57 PM EDT) -- Dell Inc. delisted its shares from the public markets at the close of Tuesday trading, making official a controversial $24.9 billion buyout by its namesake founder and Silver Lake Partners that stirred up several months of shareholder blowback.

The deal brought an end to the Texas computer maker's decades-long run as a Nasdaq-traded company, one of the largest public players in its industry. Dell said several weeks ago that it expected to close the deal before the end of October.

“Today, Dell enters an exciting new...
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