NEW YORK, Aug. 12 - Andrew Whiteley's first day as CEO of InforMax, on April 1, happened also to be the first day of the company's fiscal second quarter. Three months later, after laying off 15 percent of its staff, InforMax went on to post barely $4 million in receipts--a 50-percent drop from last year's second quarter--and book $6.5 million in net losses.

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