HTC's raw February revenue shows 37% plunge, poor quarter

HTC's raw February revenue shows 37% plunge, poor quarter

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HTC has posted unaudited results (PDF) for February that have shown the company is on the path to have its second tough quarter in a row. Its revenue for the one month was down 36.8 percent from where it was a year ago, to 20.3 billion $NT ($687 million). Results...
HTC's raw February revenue shows 37% plunge, poor quarter
       

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