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Wednesday June 30, 2010

Suit Over Faulty Computers Highlights Dell’s Decline

Just when you think a lawsuit has gone totally stale, recently unsealed documents uncover a bunch of really interesting stuff. It would seems that Dell not only new they were selling faulty computers back in 2003 - 2005, they tried covering it up as they continued to sell them. Thanks to valve1138 for the heads up.

Documents recently unsealed in a three-year-old lawsuit against Dell show that the company’s employees were actually aware that the computers were likely to break. Still, the employees tried to play down the problem to customers and allowed customers to rely on trouble-prone machines, putting their businesses at risk.

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