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Shares slide after a bad fourth-quarter report and a round of downward forecast revisions.
The move gives the consumer software subscription business a high-profile test case.
Residential subscriber growth beats expectations as well.
Third-quarter earnings Tuesday promise to show just how far a key target is from being met.
But will investors buy the talk after last week's warning?
George Bell, however, said he would remain as chairman at least until the end of 2001.
AT&T is moving on Instinet after Monday's postclose earnings warning.
The telecom giant says it will add Excite@Home to its financial results in the third quarter.
The deal removes a major obstacle to the Internet service provider's cable-affiliation plans.
Neither departure is likely to affect stocks, but such exits unsettle Wall Street.
The new company will have operations in 15 nations, with more than 300,000 broadband Internet subscribers.
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