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Old 01-25-2013, 10:18 PM   #99
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None of that is really true and it doesn't matter anyway. A company beholden to shareholders has different priorities than one that is privately held. My long held belief is that publicly traded companies are at a disadvantage. I think that wildly successful companies should use their success to buy up outstanding shares and go private.

I'm very interested in what is going on at Dell. I hope it works out and becomes a model.
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