SAN FRANCISCO — Unless there's another postponement, Dell Inc. shareholders will finally get to vote on the future of the technology giant Thursday.
Some analysts see founder and CEO Michael Dell getting the go-ahead with his plan to take the company private.
“We hear from the investors that the tide is turning,” Ray Wang, CEO of Constellation Research, said.
Brian Marshall of ISI Group said: “I think it's a done deal and Dell will be a private company soon.”
That's also the view of Gary Lutin, chairman of the Shareholder Forum.
“Most professionals expect an approving vote next week,” he said. “Everyone's grown tired of the drama and just wants a practical conclusion.”