“Who do I make the check out to?”

“We are pleased to have resolved this matter. We are committed to maintaining clear and accurate reporting of our periodic results, supporting our customers, and executing our growth strategy.”

~ Michael Dell doesn’t seem too broken up about today’s little setback.

“We are pleased to have resolved this matter. We are committed to maintaining clear and accurate reporting of our periodic results, supporting our customers, and executing our growth strategy.”

~ Michael Dell doesn’t seem too broken up about today’s little setback.

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