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Software Company Avaya Probes Earnings, Casts ‘Substantial Doubt’ About Viability

  • Company already faced ire from investors over June debt deal
  • New CEO thanked investors for patience in call with no Q&A
Avaya Holdings headquarters in Santa Clara, California.

Avaya Holdings headquarters in Santa Clara, California.

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
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Avaya Holdings Corp., the communication software company that riled lenders by slashing its earnings projections soon after borrowing $600 million in June, said it has hired advisers and is conducting an internal probe of its third-quarter financial results. 

With revenue plunging and a large chunk of convertible debt maturing in less than a year, Avaya said it now has “substantial doubt” about its ability to continue as a viable business, according to the company’s earnings statement on Tuesday.