Dell Goes Private. Michael Dell and Silver Lake Acquire Dell For $24.9 billion

In an open letter to customers, Michael Dell, chairman and CEO, Dell, said “We are going back to our roots, to the entrepreneurial spirit that made Dell one of the fastest growing, most successful companies in history.
Dell Goes Private. Michael Dell and Silver Lake Acquire Dell For $24.9 billion

In an open letter to customers, Michael Dell, chairman and CEO, Dell, said “We are going back to our roots, to the entrepreneurial spirit that made Dell one of the fastest growing, most successful companies in history. We’re unleashing the creativity and confidence that have always been the hallmarks of our culture. We plan to serve you, our customers, with a single-minded purpose and drive the innovations that will help power your dreams”

“We stand on the cusp of the next technological revolution. The forces of cloud, big data, mobile and security are changing people’s relationship with technology, just as the PC did almost 30 years ago. Now it’s time to do what Dell does best—make these innovations simpler, more affordable and more accessible, putting more power into the hands of more people than ever before,” he added.