Mercury cuts '05 revenue outlook

Because of its pending restatement, the Yehud-based company said it wasn't able to give earnings forecasts at this time.

By SUSAN LERNER
January 12, 2006 07:14
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Mercury Interactive Corp. said Wednesday it sees full year revenue growth of 22 percent to 24% in 2005, compared to the 23% to 27% growth it forecast in July. Because of its pending restatement, the Yehud-based company said it wasn't able to give earnings forecasts at this time. Mercury expects to report complete financial results for the fourth quarter of 2005 following the completion and filing of its restated financial statements and SEC filings.

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