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Michael Dell Snaps Up $100 Million of Dell Stock

Tuesday, 21 Dec 2010 01:13 PM

Dell Inc. founder and chief executive Michael Dell is spending $100 million to snap up more of his company's stock.

Dell acquired 7.37 million of the company's shares for $13.57 each on Friday, according to filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The CEO now directly or indirectly owns roughly 263 million Dell shares, a stake valued at around $3.5 billion. Michael Dell is the company's largest shareholder, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
Dell shares are down around 7 percent this year.

In an interview earlier this month, Michael Dell argued that some on Wall Street are not giving the company enough credit for the success of its transformation efforts, as technology vendor attempts to diversify its business and boost margins.

Shares of Round Rock, Texas-based Dell on Monday closed down 2.1 percent at $13.36 on the Nasdaq.

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Dell Inc. founder and chief executive Michael Dell is spending $100 million to snap up more of his company's stock. Dell acquired 7.37 million of the company's shares for $13.57 each on Friday, according to filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The CEO...
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