/// Carl Icahn’s Valuations of Company Are "Unrealistic," Dell Says
As I mentioned in this morning’s post summarizing the many moving parts of the Dell buyout endgame , Dell had filed some new materials with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, arguing among other things that Carl Icahn’s estimates about how much the company is worth are unrealistic. The filing was made in response to questions from Institutional Shareholder Services, which is expected to publish an opinion on the buyout proposal next week. I grabbed a copy of the new slide deck, and you can read it below. The crux of the new material is on pages nine through 12. In it, the company argues that Icahn’s assumptions Dell in a sum-of-the-parts valuation when compared to other companies are out of whack.
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Carl Icahn’s Valuations of Company Are "Unrealistic," Dell Says