It's unclear if Silver Lake, Blackstone, or Carl Icahn will buy out the PC maker, but Michael Dell is reportedly saying he'll only support Blackstone if he remains the company's CEO.
Word has it that the asset management firm may be considering outbidding Silver Lake in the buyout that aims to take the PC maker private.
The PC vendor is talking to an investor group about taking the company private at a slight premium to its current valuation of about $21.8 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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