Silicon Image

(SIMG)

was down 24.6% in preopen

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trading. After Wednesday's close, the company said it expects to report break-even results for the fourth quarter, with first-quarter results flat or slightly higher. The Street had been expecting a 1-cent profit for each period. The high-speed chipmaker said fourth-quarter revenue would decrease compared to the third quarter, although it will be up about 70% from the same period a year ago.