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Sun adjustment means narrower loss

Third-quarter net loss of $9 million posted in April is actually $3 million, server and software giant says.

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Sun Microsystems' most recent was $6 million narrower than the server and software maker earlier reported, the company disclosed in a quarterly report filed with regulators on Friday.

The third-quarter net loss of $9 million posted in April is actually $3 million, Sun said. However, the company's earnings per share for the period remains unchanged at break-even, it said. The adjustment was made after the company obtained new financial information, spokeswoman Stephanie Von Allmen said.