NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Sandwiched between all the earnings releases from retailers this week are quarterly results from three old name tech stocks that are well below their 1999/2000 bubble highs.The recent decline in technology shares has been led by weaker than expected quarterly results from other brand name technology companies. One of these companies was not publicly traded during the tech bubble, and three have traded to new all time highs in 2012, well above their bubble peaks.
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