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  • The chief executive of Symantec told CNBC that the planned $830 million acquisition of Altiris will boost the security software maker's long-term sales.

  • Symantec,  a maker of security software, posted a 25% increase in quarterly profit , or earnings of 26 cents a share for its fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 29, unchanged from a year ago and a penny above consensus estimates compiled by Thomson First Call.

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