Broadvision (BVSN ) sees a $0.14-$0.16 Q1 loss (pro forma) on $85M-$90M revenues, citing customers' delayed purchases. Broadvision will reduce its workforce by about 15%. The firm revised downward 4Q and 2000 results. Goldman cut estimates, JP Morgan downgraded and S&P maintains hold.

Best Buy (BBY ) posted $0.89 vs. $0.78 Q4 EPS on 27% higher sales and expects same store sales to increase modestly in the coming fiscal year. Best Buy sees annual EPS growth of about 16%-18%, resulting in $2.15-$2.20 fiscal 2002 EPS. DB Alex Brown upgraded to buy from market perform.

Ariba (ARBA ) sees a $0.20 Q2 loss from operations on about $90M revenues. Robertson Stephens and Banc of America downgrade. Wit SoundView upgrades to strong buy from hold. The software firm will cut about 1/3 of its workforce, and ended a pact to buy Agile Software (AGL ).

Wachovia upgraded Dollar General (DG ) to strong buy from buy.

UBS Warburg reportedly downgraded XO Communciation (XOXO ) to hold from strong buy.

DB Alex. Brown reportedly cut the price targets for Global Crossing (GX ), Tycom (TCM ) and Level 3 Communications (LVLT ).

CS First Boston downgraded Sherwin-Williams (SHW ) to hold from buy.

Tucker Anthony downgraded American Tower (AMT ) to buy from strong buy.

Concord Communications (CCRD ) sees a $0.18-$0.20 Q1 loss (pro forma) on $20M-$21M revenue, citing recent delays due to the widespread economic slowdown.

Flir Systems (FLIR ) sees Q1 EPS exceeding Q4 2000 and sees $0.85-$0.95 2000 EPS on $210M revenue. Although the firm restated its 1998 and 1999 results, reclassifications will have no impact on EPS.

Merrill downgraded SAP AG (SAP ) to near-term accumulate from buy.

Redback Networks RBAK sees a $0.15 Q1 loss (pro forma, excluding charges) on revenues of $85M-$90M. The firm will lay off about 12% of its workforce and take restructuring charges in Q1 and Q2.

Inktomi Corp. (INKT ) sees a $0.23-$0.25 Q2 loss (pro forma) on revenue of $36M-$38M and plans to reduce its workforce by about 25% through a combination of attrition and management action. Merrill downgraded and Goldman cut estimates.

Zoll Medical (ZOLL ) sees $25M-$26M Q2 revenues, about flat with year-ago results. Zoll says EPS will fall "substantially" below the consensus of $0.30, and says the North American order rate was significantly lower than expected.

Documentum (DCTM ) expects Q1 revenue of $43M-$46M, and license revenue of $19M-$21M. The firm will report a loss, citing delays and cancellations of customer orders that had been projected to close prior to 3/31.

E.Piphany (EPNY ) sees a Q1loss from operations of up to $0.40 on about $38M revenues. The form cited longer sales cycles caused by economic uncertainty in North American markets. Earlier it was incorrectly reported the company sees $0.40 EPS from operations.

Electroglas (EGLS ) says Q1 revenue will be 10%-12% below prior guidance of $42M-$44M, citing falling capacity utilization rates of semiconductor customers.

Xerox Corp. (XRX ) will delay filing its 2000 10-K report due to an internal review that started last week of its accounting policies and procedures.

Entrust Technology (ENTU ) sees a $0.32-$0.34 Q1 loss from operations on revenues of $31M-$32M, citing a significant reduction in expected software license sales. Goldman reportedly downgraded to market perform. Pacific Crest downgraded to market perform.

Lift Group plans to revise acquisition proposal for Cascade Corp. (CAE ) due to complications attributable to environmental litigation against Cascade. Lift says there's no assurance an agreement will be completed.

Alcatel (ALA ) will reduce its U.S. workforce by approximately 1,100 positions.

Rainbow Technology (RNBO )sees a $0.07-$0.10 Q1 loss, citing a continued slowdown in the Internet infrastructure industry.

Equity Marketing (EMAK ) sees $1.05-$1.40 2001 EPS on revenues of $185M-$215M. Equity says sales from its largest client, Burger King, are expected to decline by about 30%-40% in 2001.

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