Palm Reports $9.6 Million 2Q Loss

Dec 18, 2007 By RACHEL KONRAD, AP Technology Writer
Palm Losses Widen (AP)
Palm 680 Smartphone is seen on display at a Palm Store in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, Dec. 17, 2007. Palm Inc. reports its fiscal second-quarter earnings on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

(AP) -- The past half-year has been brutal for Palm Inc., which has endured executive churn, restructuring, product delays and investor skepticism.



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