Affy Warns of $20M Shortfall in Q3 Revenue
 
Affymetrix this week said that it expects a 21 percent drop in third-quarter revenues due to “increased competition for academic research funding and continued softness in industrial spending.”
 
The company said that total third-quarter 2008 revenue will be approximately $75 million. The company posted $95 million in revenue in the year-ago period and $84.7 million in the third quarter of 2006.
 

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