Intergraph said that it would post a loss and flat turnover growth in its second quarter, blaming its legal fight with Intel.
The workstation maker warned that its third quarter was also likely to be hit. Litigation hits on two fronts - by imposing new costs, and by forcing the company to take its eye off the business ball to focus on the courtroom, analysts said.
Shares of Intergraph fell on the US Stock Exchange by 31 cents to close at just over $8.56 dollars.
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