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July 09, 1986

Bergen Brunswig said it will report about 91 cents per share of non-recurring, after-tax income in its fourth quarter ended Aug. 30 resulting from the initial public offering of 2 million shares of its former Comtron Corp. subsidiary . . . Chatsworth-based Tandon said Siemens A.G. of West Germany agreed to buy for an undisclosed price Tandon-designed electronic boards and chips to be used in personal computers.

FOR THE RECORD - Los Angeles Times Thursday July 10, 1986 Home Edition Business Part 4 Page 2 Column 1 Financial Desk 2 inches; 45 words Type of Material: Correction
Bergen Brunswig said it will report 70 cents per share of non-recurring, after-tax income in its fourth quarter ended Aug. 30, resulting from the initial public offering of shares of a former subsidiary. In Wednesday's editions of The Times, an incorrect figure was published, based on information supplied by the company.

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