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Dell investors look beyond accounting problems

New management team expected to turn business around

Investors are showing renewed faith in
computer maker Dell, despite an ongoing
investigation into its accounting and audit functions.

Shares in the company have risen 8% since the company said on 29 March that
it was moving toward a conclusion of an internal accounting audit

According to reports, analysts expect founder
Michael Dell and his new
team to turn the company around.

Further reading:

Internal audit delays hit Dell

Errors and misconduct uncovered in Dell audit

SEC launches formal investigation into Dell

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