Cable & Telecom

V-chip owner Tri-Vision’s loss grows

TORONTO - Tri-Vision International, best known for its V-chip technology, saw overall sales slide by 13.4% to $6.8 million and its loss grow more than double to $2.85 million for its fiscal year end, March 31st, 2006. "The year end results were in line with our expectations, and the company is well positioned to execute on its business plan going forward. Tri-Vision has proven that it can license its V-chip technology in the United States as it has done in Canada," said Najmul Siddiqui, CEO. "Performance for fiscal 2006 can be described as a year for investment and transition," added...
 

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