SANTA CLARA, Calif. _ Synaptics Inc. on Thursday reported fiscal third-quarter net income of $31.5 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. Six analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $472.1 million. For the current quarter ending in June, Synaptics said it expects revenue in the range of $460 million to $500 million.
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SANTA CLARA, Calif.-- Touch-screen maker Synaptics Inc. said Thursday that its fiscal first-quarter net income fell by more than half on weak sales of screens for desktop computers.
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