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eMachines issues profit warning as demand sinks

eMachines Inc. said Monday its second quarter earnings will fall significantly short of Wall Street estimates as consumer PC demand fell.
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eMachines Inc. said Monday its second quarter earnings will fall significantly short of Wall Street estimates as consumer PC demand fell.

The company, which offers low-priced computer systems, said it will report a second quarter loss of 30 cents a share to 33 cents a share, excluding charges. Sales will be in the $115 million to $125 million range. Earnings tracking firm First Call Corp. projected a loss of a penny a share. Story to follow. -- Larry Dignan ZDII

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