The Nasdaq without its once-darling, Dell? It's the kind of scenario that would send the chills down the spine of any IT exec, never mind newly-reappointed CEO Michael Dell. But it could happen if he doesn't manage to get the world's second biggest PC manufacturer's financial house in order.

According to The Register, Dell has received yet another de-listing notice from the Nasdaq exchange for not handing in regulatory filings relating to the company's past fiscal year. Dell has delayed issuing such filings as it deals with a pair of accounting probes.
But before rivals wring their hands in glee, it should be noted that Dell has received similar notices from the Nasdaq in the past – all a result of the accounting troubles.
The Nasdaq threats are more procedural than anything else. Dell just needs to get its paperwork done.