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JoshCA
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re: Linear reports record sales
JoshCA   7/22/2010 5:10:18 PM
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LTCs fiscal year is from July to June, so Apr-June is the 4th quarter as accounted at LTC.

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re: Linear reports record sales
Sanjib.A   7/22/2010 2:38:40 AM
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I am little confused as the article talks about "fourth quarter" results which is yet to come for this fiscal year 2010 and I think it should be "second quarter". But I'm not sure as the entire article is based on the reference of Q4 instead of Q2. I might be mistaking in understanding something?



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