Dell Rumored to be in Buyout Talks

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spartanmk2

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[citation][nom]SteelCity1981[/nom]whatever happened to that "dude your getting a dell" guy i know he got in trouble for drugs a while back but thats the last i heard about him.[/citation]

Sham-Wow guy stole the spotlight :D
 

waikano

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[citation][nom]noob2222[/nom]If only you could go back in time... who would have thought a 19yo back then would end up with this.[/citation]

He wasn't the first...Bill Gates/Steve Jobs. I'm sure there have been others before, but those two were also tech related.
 

zander1983

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[citation][nom]gidgiddonihah[/nom]As long as my warranty isn't affected I am fine with whatever they do. Give me till April and the company can crash and die.[/citation]

Go back in time? Buy Apple shares (shhh I know) and sell them when they hit $700 a share = more than enough money to keep me busy for the rest of my life...
 

cogito1965

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Hell, if I could go back in time, I would have invested in Walmart!!! 1970 to be exact. Walmart opened at $16.50 a share. In '71 the stock split and was going for $47 a share, then again in '72 at $47.50 share! A $1,650 investment would be worth $19,000 in two years! The stock had split SEVEN times by 1985 making your investement worth $636,800 not including dividends!!!
 

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The only thing Dell is , Is good Marketing . The quality of components they put in computer is cheapest posible to make the most money , At least prices arent ridiculous like cisco prices
 

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[citation][nom]waikano[/nom]He wasn't the first...Bill Gates/Steve Jobs. I'm sure there have been others before, but those two were also tech related.[/citation]
You list Steve Jobs but not The Woz?
 

waikano

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[citation][nom]gurboura[/nom]You list Steve Jobs but not The Woz?[/citation]

Fair enough. The Woz is amazing. That being said, he is also 5 years older than Jobs...well was...whatever. Anyway, the point was being made about young entrepreneurs yes 26 is still young to most in the business world but more common then say 19-21.
 

waikano

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Palmer Luckey...could be the next Young Tech Genius we'll be talking about in 10 years...keep an eye on him and his VR Oculus Rift.
 
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