Will Microsoft's Investment In Dell Put Bing In A Better Place?

Microsoft and private equity firm Silver Lake will help Michael Dell take the No. 3 computer maker private in a $24.4 billion deal. Reuters reports the buyout is expected to close before the end of Q2. J.P. Morgan and Evercore Partners were financial advisors on the deal, which has a $13.65-per-share price. Does this mean Bing becomes the default search engine on all Dell machines?

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