Private-equity firm Silver Lake Partners was in discussions with Dell on a buyout at about $13 to $14 a share, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The company faltered after abandoning what propelled it to prominence: a finely tuned supply chain that could quickly assemble and deliver custom-ordered computers at a lower cost than the competition.
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