Analysis: Dell LBO talks reveal other leverage options
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A bid to take Dell Inc private by buyout firm Silver Lake and its partners underscores the financing market's willingness to lend up to $15 billion to the world's No.3 PC maker — money that could be used to buy back shares and pay dividends even if the deal doesn't come together. The Silver Lake-led bidding group has lined up debt financing from at least four major banks and is negotiating a final price to pay Dell shareholders, people familiar with the matter have said. …
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