Cisco posts loss on $11.1 billion tax-related charge

2018.02.14. 22:19
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(Reuters) - Network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc posted a net loss on Wednesday due to an $11.1 billion charge related to recent changes to the U.S. tax law. - Cisco posts loss on $11.1 billion tax-related charge
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