666 writes: "http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/01/31/rollins_le aves_dell/
Michael Dell ousts Rollins, back in charge.
After 30 months at the helm, Kevin Rollins is leaving Dell, following years of decline that might rival the great fall of the Roman empire. The disclosure came as the company said its fourth-quarter results fell below analysts' consensus estimates.
Michael Dell — the visionary who as a college student conceived the idea of selling directly to computer buyers — will resume his title as CEO while remaining chairman. Rollins, who took over the top spot in July 2004, is also leaving the company's board of directors."
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