General Electric said its second-quarter profit edged up 5% from a year earlier on a 14% revenue gain.
The figures included one month's worth of results of RCA, which GE acquired in June for $6.4 billion.
GE's overall net income rose to $621 million from $590 million a year earlier. Revenue climbed to $7.79 billion from $6.84 billion.
For the first half of 1986, GE's profit rose 5% to $1.16 billion from last year's $1.1 billion. Six-month revenue totaled $13.67 billion, up 5% from $13.04 billion a year earlier.
RCA's one-month contribution to GE's earnings, before costs associated with the RCA purchase, was $36 million, and its contribution to GE's total revenue was $803 million, the company said.