Concurrent Computer (CCUR) was down 40.9% in midmorning after hitting a 52-week low of $4.50. The company said it expects to lose 7 cents to 8 cents per share in the second quarter vs. a previous estimate of a 4-cent loss. The company attributed the change to a delay until next year of three new video-on-demand systems.
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