Michael is no longer essential to Dell: says an expert

Michael Dell, the founder of Dell Inc, is no longer essential to the computer giant, an expert from the University of Michigan said. Erik Gordon, a business professor at the University of Michigan, said that Michael owns a significant stake in Dell Inc. but he is not essential if it a question of taking less than total control of the company. Speaking on the topic, “Michael is no longer essential to Dell. His attractiveness as a partner to a buyer is the size of his ownership stake. If you are willing to take less than total control, you don’t need him as much.” read more

Michael Dell, the founder of Dell Inc, is no longer essential to the computer giant, an expert from the University of Michigan said. Erik Gordon, a business professor at the University of Michigan, said that Michael owns a significant stake in Dell Inc. but he is not essential if it a question of taking less than total control of the company. Speaking on the topic, “Michael is no longer essential to Dell. His attractiveness as a partner to a buyer is the size of his ownership stake. If you are willing to take less than total control, you don’t need him as much.” read more

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