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Now on schedule

15 Nov 2018 By Robert Cyran

The PC maker’s second attempt to go public by buying out its subsidiary’s tracking stock should work. A higher valuation, extra cash and a board seat address skeptics’ main concerns, and have won over Elliott and others. The rewards of acceptance outweigh the risks of voting no.

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