Latest Business News: ISS Tells Dell Shareholders to Vote for $24.4 Billion Founder Buyout

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Latest Business News: ISS Tells Dell Shareholders to Vote for $24.4 Billion Founder Buyout

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The organization, Institutional Shareholders Services, believes the transaction presented to Dell Incorporated by its founder Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners is in the best interests of the company's shareholders. With the holiday weekend behind us, it's time for Wall Street to buckle down for earnings season. As per tradition, Alcoa gets things started after the bell when the Dow component is expected to report earnings of 8-cents a share on $5.92 billion in revenue compared to 6-cents on $5.96 billion in sales during the second quarter of 2012. Japan's SoftBank Corp said that it expects to complete its $21.6 billion acquisition of U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Nextel Corp on Wednesday, July 10th.

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