Islandia, N.Y. (May 7, 2004) -- Computer Associates International Inc. said that it would report its final fourth quarter and year-end results one to two weeks later than originally scheduled and would amend its previous filings to defer roughly $9 million in revenue.
In a statement Thursday, CA chief operating officer Jeff Clarke said that the rescheduling of final fourth quarter and year-end results, originally scheduled for May 12, was a result of "the manpower reallocation" due to its April restatement of financial results for CA's 2000 and 2001 fiscal years.
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