ISV Espeed has reported a net loss of $1.46m for the second
quarter, falling from a profit of $9.04m in the same period in
2004. The firm also provided non-generally accepted accounting
principles (GAAP) results "to reflect earnings generated from
the company's operations," which stripped out $600,000 of
patent litigation costs.
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