Two members of Dell's board of directors have announced their intention to resign later this year.
The company said that Michael A Miles and A G Lafley would not be seeking re-election when each member's turn expires in July.
Lafley will end a three-year term on Dell's board of directors, saying that he wants to focus more time on his job as chief executive and chairman at Proctor & Gamble.
Dell did not give a specific reason for Miles's decision to depart. Miles is an investment advisor at Forstmann, Little & Company, and had served on Dell's board of directors for 14 years.
Dell said that it would immediately begin a search for new members to replace both men.
The resignations come just one week before Dell is set to report its quarterly earnings figures. Amid a stagnant economy and plummeting sales throughout the technology sector, analysts are not expecting to hear much good news from the company.
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