NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- On Thursday, by virtue of a 65-35 shareholder vote, Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners won a green light to take Dell (DELL) private for $25 billion dollars -- effectively ending the long-term suffering of the company's faithful investors.Now, I'm not going to go into details as to whether this was a fair deal. On more than one occasion, I've gone on record about Dell's perceived value. But now that this nine-month penny-pinching charade is over, I do wonder if/when the Street will ever again hear from Dell.
Wall Street Doesn't Have Dell to Kick Around Anymore
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