In 2013, Michael Dell and the private equity firm Silver Lake laid out a strategy to take the computing and IT company Dell private in a buyout that valued the company at $25 billion.
At the time, the plan was cut back the company’s reliance on the sales of personal computers for the majority of its revenue and to go strong on enterprise technology, selling more servers, storage, networking and security products. But now that Dell is privately held, it’s hard to evaluate exactly how well the strategy has worked out…. [READ MORE]
By Arik Hesseldahl