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AVG Technologies And Google Temporarily Extend Existing Agreement - Quick Facts

AVG Technologies N.V. (AVG) announced that the existing agreement with Google Inc. (GOOG) has been temporarily extended.

"We continue to work closely with Google with the goal of signing a mutually beneficial agreement. We have agreed to sign an extension to ensure we have time to finalize our negotiations," said J.R. Smith, Chief Executive Officer of AVG.

AVG also announced that it expects to report third quarter results that are in line with or better than the outlook it provided on August 1, 2012.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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