Symantec has warned that its second quarter revenues to 2 October will be 10 per cent below target, and earnings-per-share will be only 18 cents before charges, way down on last year's 35 cents.
The anti virus company said last month that revenue for the quarter would be down by about $5 million, citing a federal court restraining order as the main cause. Since February Symantec and Cyber Media have been caught up in copyright litigation over Symantec's Norton Uninstall Deluxe product.
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