Dell to acquire EMC in a record $67 billion high-tech deal

Dell to Merge with EMC

Reuters – Computer maker Dell, Inc. said on Monday it had agreed to buy data storage company EMC Corp in a $67 billion record technology deal uniting two mature companies to create an enterprise technology powerhouse. Dell plans to pay $24.05 a share in cash plus tracking stock in EMC’s prize holding, VMware Inc., valued at about $9 for each EMC share, both companies said in statements Monday. Learn more…


Dell and EMC announce record tech deal.

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