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, the world's No. 2 computer services provider, was off 0.8% in early trading after it reported third-quarter earnings of 59 cents, ahead of the

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estimate of 58 cents and the year-ago 51 cents.

The company said total revenue was nearly flat. It added that it is comfortable with analysts' fourth-quarter estimates.