Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s CEO Eric Schmidt To Sell Stock, Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) Faces Problems In Going Private

Google IncThe chief executive officer of Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), world’s renowned online search engine, intends to sell nearly 3.2 million shares of company. The sale out will result in reduction of 42% of Schmidt’s share holdings.

As of December 31 Schmidt had nearly 7.6 million of Google Class A and Class B shares, company disclosed in the regulatory filing made with United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

Moreover, the company also disclosed that the current share sale are for individual asset liquidity an diversification.

The share of Google Inc surged nearly 1.5 % to close at 785.37 US dollars in New York. Company said the sale is expected to take nearly one year to get completed. For his investment companies Schmidt has also adopted some other share sale plans too. In the current year company’s stock surged almost 11 %.

A spokesperson for Google Inc said that Eric is committed with company and that the current asset sale is just a routine diversification.

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL), the renowned maker of personal computers, experiences a twist in its going public plan as its largest shareholder intends to oppose the deal.

On Friday a letter was sent to the company by Southern Asset Management in which company expressed its intense disappointment regarding the privatization. Company owns nearly 8.5 percent of Dell Inc. shares of Dell traded up 1 percent to close at 13.63 US dollars. According to Southeastern Asset Management, Dell should be worth more than 24 US dollars per share.

On Tuesday a buyout deal was announced under the leadership of founder Michael Dell along with a group of investors led by Silver Lake. The deal valued the PC maker at 24.4 billion US dollars, or 13.65 US dollars per share. Dell’s spokesperson declined to comment on the issue.

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