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Carl Icahn Signs ‘Confidentiality Agreement’ To Look at Dell
— Carl Icahn has reached a pact with Dell Inc. that allows him to look at the company's books. — The activist investor's firm has signed a “confidentiality agreement” with the computer maker, he revealed today without providing many more details.
A Tale of Two Competitors' Responses to the Dell Buyout
— Dell Inc. 's $24.4 billion deal to take itself private has prompted two of its biggest competitors to make completely different public statements. — While Hewlett-Packard Co. openly said Dell “has a very tough road ahead” …
Michael Dell to Staff: “Exciting New Chapter”
— Here's a memo from Michael Dell to the “Global Dell Team” — Today, we announced a definitive agreement for me and global technology investment firm Silver Lake to acquire Dell and take it private. — This transaction is an exciting new chapter for Dell, our team and our customers.
Symantec Puts Altiris Unit on the Block
— Security software company Symantec Corp. has put Altiris Inc., a business it acquired for about $800 million in 2007, up for sale and is drawing interest from private-equity firms, people familiar with the process said.
Sprint Shedding Nextel Name After Softbank Deal
— Sprint Nextel is already shuttering the old push-to-talk Nextel network, but it will officially shed the name when it closes its $20 billion deal with Softbank. — In an SEC filing Monday that included a Q&A for employees …
As U.S. Shies Away From Huawei, IPO Needs a New Home
— Huawei Technologies Co. is looking to list its stock in the U.S., but with lawmakers in Washington saying the Chinese maker of telecommunications equipment poses a threat to national security, it may be better off looking toward Hong Kong, or even London.
Oracle Buys SelectMinds To Bolster Earlier Taleo Deal
— Oracle sees the future and it is in the clouds. — After a month off from M&A, the tech giant put its acquisitive hat back on today with a deal for SelectMinds, a cloud-based social-networking company used by recruiters that will bolster its biggest deal of the year.
Alibaba Seeking $3 Billion Loan to Buy Back Yahoo Stake
— Chinese Internet giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is in the process of raising a US$3 billion loan from around six banks to buy back the stake that Yahoo Inc. owns in the company, people familiar with the situation said Thursday.
Why Pokemon Go's technology is no fad — Pokemon Go has ignited the digital world. Every news organization has reported on why Pokemon Go, the smartphone app based on the Japanese cartoon game from the 1990s, is extraordinarily popular.