Printouts - please eat without ketchup
Can Icahn and Mickey printout all of their ravings about how great it will be for Dell to be taken off the market and slowly eat them. In public. In front of the analysts. Without ketchup.
Humble pie meet face. Face meet humble pie.
On a more serious note anyone who thinks that the dealing with the banks and enforcement of covenants on loans is any better than dealing with NASDAQ reporting requirements is stark raving mad.
The only thing a large company taken private via a debt deal can accumulate is more bad debt. Any ideas that it will somehow become a shining beacon of innovation and regurgitate a slew of new products are not just mad, that is stark raving loonie territory. It is nor surprising that Dell present debt is larger than the national debt of several Eu countries. By the way - I do not see how taking it public through the backdoor without a refinance-via-share issue will help with that.