July 17 (Reuters) - Prospects of Dell Inc founder Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake taking the world's No. 3 PC maker private grew more uncertain on Wednesday, a day before a scheduled shareholder vote on their $24.4 billion offer. The stock fell 1.1 percent to $12.88, its lowest level since July 5, as Dell's board considered delaying the vote amid reports that a growing number of shareholders opposed Michael Dell's $13.65 per share offer. ...
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