Telecommunications equipment manufacturer Virata (VRTA) was down 51.1% in preopen Island trading after it warned that third-quarter earnings would be 4 cents per share, below the First Call/Thomson Financial forecast of 14 cents. The company said revenue for the third and fourth quarters would be lower than expected because it had to delay semiconductor shipments to customers.
Virata Cut in Half on Warning
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