The company's top outside shareholder says the current deal presented by Dell doesn't pay shareholders enough -- and other large shareholders are said to agree.
The founder of PC maker Dell, along with partner Silver Lake, promise to pay $13.75 per share to take the company private.
The company says the shareholder vote over founder Michael Dell's plan to take it private will take place next week.
Private-equity firm launched a bid last month to rival Michael Dell's effort to take private the company he founded.
Jefferies speculates the company may raise its offer from the current $13.65 a share to appease agitated shareholders, which now includes T. Rowe Price.
Since the term "Isis" has become synonymous with a terror group, the digital-payment service is now working on rebranding.
Apple's victory may be short lived, says analyst Michael Walkley, as Android is likely to regain lost ground this quarter based on preorders for new high-end phones.
Michael Dell says it's smooth sailing in the post-PC era. Though that sentiment seems to conflict with recent data from market research firms.
The president, industry execs, and others express sadness at the death of a great tech leader, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Dell executives expect sales of Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet to be "relatively small."