At least three shareholders who collectively hold nearly 3 percent of Dell Inc shares plan to vote against Michael Dell's $24.4 billion buyout offer, raising questions about proxy adviser Institutional Shareholder Services' sway with the PC maker's shareholders.
In an email to Reuters, an ISS spokesperson defended supporting the deal.
"ISS' role is to analyze the deal and make a recommendation that we see as being in the best interest of shareholders. That's what we've done," the email said. "At the end of the day however, as with any proxy vote, shareholders will make their own decisions based on their own circumstances," she said.
Justin Bieber's got two more years until he turns 21?and it couldn't come soon enough.
While in Chicago on his Believe tour, the hitmaker was ejected from a Windy City nightclub for being underage. The "Boyfriend" singer and his entourage were allowed into the hot spot, but soon after authorities showed up when someone alerted them to the teen idol's presence in the 21-and-over club.
The prosecution has finished its closing arguments in George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial
Prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda took over two hours to sum up the state's case against the former neighborhood watch volunteer charged in Trayvon Martin's death.