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Topic - western digital corp.
Computer hard drive maker Western Digital Corp. said Monday that flooding damage to its Thailand locations will have a significant impact on its operations and its ability to meet customer demand in the December quarter.
Western Digital Corp. is trying to pull further away in its neck-and-neck race with Seagate Technology PLC to be the world's biggest maker of hard drives.
Shares of Western Digital Corp. fell Thursday after the hard disk drive maker warned that its fiscal first-quarter results will not meet expectations, a sign of slowing demand.
An analyst trimmed his price targets on shares of Western Digital Corp. and Seagate Technology, saying the makers of hard disk drives for consumers will face weak demand.