NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Some of us are old enough to remember that Web 1.0 feeling, when we saw, from far off, that enormous brown (or, conversely, Holstein cow-colored) box almost too big to fit on the doorstep, signifying one, and only one thing — your late 1990s PC has arrived.And even as the industry is going through double-digit declines in PC consumption, Michael Dell likely has that excited feeling, too. Despite Carl Icahn's attempt to buy the PC maker and even his insistence that he has sufficient financing to compete, the corporate raider may ultimately be content using his position to try and wring a few more pennies out of Dell's (DELL) founder.
Sense of the Markets: Icahn and Founder Go Dutch on Dell
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