Dell Inc., the world's second-biggest personal-computer maker, met Nasdaq's listing requirements after filing delayed financial statements this week.

The stock is no longer at risk of being delisted from the exchange, the company, based in Round Rock, Texas, said Thursday in a statement distributed by Business Wire.

Dell fell out of compliance with Nasdaq rules when a yearlong accounting probe delayed four years of financial reports. The company released new filings this week, ahead of a Nov. 12 Nasdaq deadline, after finding that employees manipulated financial results.

Restatements cut profit by $92 million for the period between fiscal 2003 and the first quarter of 2007.