Entelos this week reported a 39 percent fall-off in revenues for the first half of 2008, accompanied by a $2.6 million loss, but company officials remain confident that the firm will break even for the full year.
“We are shooting for profitability this year and we expect to be profitable in the second half,” Alan Blazei, chief financial officer at Entelos, told Bioinform. “The full year is probably going to be close to break-even.”

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