Why Cisco's Q4 results weren't as bad as some people thought

Tom Wright
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Revenue was down for a third consecutive quarter, but Cisco still reached a significant milestone

It's fair to say that Cisco's fourth quarter results announcement last week didn't exactly set the world alight. Revenue fell nine per cent, making it three quarters in a row of decline, while t...

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