Mar 08, 1999

Seagate Anticipates One-Time Restructuring Charge in Q3FY99

Seagate Technology, Inc. (NYSE:SEG) today announced that the Company expects to take a one-time charge in the current fiscal quarter related to the restructuring of certain worldwide operations. This includes the previously announced closure of the Company's microelectronics manufacturing facility in Livingston, Scotland, consolidation of global customer service facilities, and additional actions necessary to further increase the productivity and efficiency of worldwide operations. The Company expects the charge to be in the range of $50 - 60 million. Seagate also stated that the sale of its Seagate Software NSMG operation to Veritas is now expected to close during its fourth fiscal 1999 quarter.

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