TomTom reports Q1 net loss, sticks to full-year outlook
AMSTERDAM, April 23
AMSTERDAM, April 23 (Reuters) - TomTom, Europe's largest maker of navigation devices and among the three biggest digital map-makers in the world, on Tuesday reported a slightly smaller-than-expected first-quarter net loss and reiterated its full-year forecast.
TomTom reported a quarterly net loss of 2 million euros, unchanged from a year ago, and revenue of 202 million euros, down 13 percent.
Analysts in a poll commissioned by Reuters had expected a first-quarter net loss of 5.85 million euros on revenue of 203 million euros.
TomTom reiterated its full-year forecasts from February of adjusted earnings per share of about 0.20 euros and revenue would be in the range of 900 million euros to 950 million euros.
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