"But also buried within the 274-page filing are lots of clues that the bidding process has less to do with any concrete plans to turn around a deeply troubled tech company and more to do with making a few private equity firms look powerful and, of course, make money in the process.What's Dell's Bidding Process Really About? (It's Not About Fixing It) - Arik Hesseldahl - News - AllThingsD
And, more to the point, not much yet has to do with what it will take to fix Dell and transform it to face the challenges of the new era of computing. In its document, the company outlined its troubles in detail via a variety of voices — including Dell’s CFO — essentially describing a troubled company in a declining market."
Monday, April 01, 2013
What's Dell's Bidding Process Really About? (It's Not About Fixing It) - Arik Hesseldahl - News - AllThingsD
No doubt they'd get around to optimizing what's left of Dell ... eventually