Dell Inc. received two rival buyout proposals before the closing of its “go shop” period that could see the company accept an offer higher than the current $24.5 billion deal.

The Round Rock, Texas-based computer maker received one offer from an investment consortium headed by Blackstone and another offer from activist shareholder Carl Icahn. Both deals give the company a higher valuation than the initial proposal that the company is considering. Dell’s special committee said it would be negotiating with all three groups.

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