Dell's shares are down today. Who wins?
Could Michael Dell's bid to take his company private be in jeopardy?
According to several media reports, proxy advisory firm ISS is expected to rule against Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake's proposed $24 billion offer for the computer giant next week.
But, in a filing today, Dell warned shareholders that rejecting the deal could lead to "substantial downside risk" to the stock because of slowing PC sales. He also reiterated that he would not raise his offer.
Dell shares are down today so how's getting the better deal? And what does that mean for the stock?
On CNBC's Closing Bell's Talking Numbers segment, Abigail Doolittle, Technical Strategist at The Seaport Group, and Brian White, Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, discuss what's next for Dell.
Watch the video above to hear Doolittle and White analyze Dell.
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