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November 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Baxter Healthcare to Buy Psicor: The Deerfield, Ill.-based company said that it has agreed to buy Psicor Inc. for $17.50 a share, or about $80 million. The San Diego-based Psicor provides cardiovascular equipment and services to hospitals. The companies said the agreement includes the stipulation that Psicor sell its office labs unit. Psicor shares rose $2 to close at $17.25 on Nasdaq. Baxter said that it expects the acquisition to close "within the next several weeks."
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November 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Baxter Healthcare to Buy Psicor: The Deerfield, Ill.-based company said that it has agreed to buy Psicor Inc. for $17.50 a share, or about $80 million. The San Diego-based Psicor provides cardiovascular equipment and services to hospitals. The companies said the agreement includes the stipulation that Psicor sell its office labs unit. Psicor shares rose $2 to close at $17.25 on Nasdaq. Baxter said that it expects the acquisition to close "within the next several weeks."
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BUSINESS
May 13, 1987
Psicor Inc. reported that net income fell 4% to $275,000 and revenue increased by 39% to $6.9 million for the second quarter ended March 31. Net income fell by 5% to $480,000 and revenue rose by 37% to $13 million for the first half. Psicor "continued its strong performance and growth, but incurred a number of non-recurring expenses," including costs associated with the company's move from Michigan to a leased office and warehouse in San Diego, according to President Michael W. Dunaway.
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May 3, 1988 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Health care companies such as Psicor, a Rancho Bernardo-based provider of surgical services and equipment to hospitals, are finding an increasingly receptive market in today's cost-conscious health care environment. That acceptance is perhaps best illustrated by Psicor's 33% increase in second-quarter revenue and 81% jump in net income reported Monday.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1987
Blaming changes in federal tax laws, Psicor Corp. reported a decrease in net income and higher sales for the third quarter ended June 30. For the quarter, the manufacturer of surgical perfusion devices reported earnings of $296,000 on sales of $7.6 million, compared to net income of $325,000 on revenue of $5.6 million over the comparable three-month period last year. Earnings were adversely impacted by the loss of the investment tax credit, the company said.
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May 7, 1988 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Health care companies such as Psicor, a Rancho Bernardo-based provider of surgical services and equipment to hospitals, are finding an increasingly receptive market in today's cost-conscious health care environment. That acceptance is perhaps best illustrated by Psicor's 33% increase in second-quarter revenue and 81% jump in net income reported Monday.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1987
Blaming changes in federal tax laws, Psicor Corp. reported a decrease in net income and higher sales for the third quarter ended June 30. For the quarter, the manufacturer of surgical perfusion devices reported earnings of $296,000 on sales of $7.6 million, compared to net income of $325,000 on revenue of $5.6 million over the comparable three-month period last year. Earnings were adversely impacted by the loss of the investment tax credit, the company said.
BUSINESS
May 13, 1987
Psicor Inc. reported that net income fell 4% to $275,000 and revenue increased by 39% to $6.9 million for the second quarter ended March 31. Net income fell by 5% to $480,000 and revenue rose by 37% to $13 million for the first half. Psicor "continued its strong performance and growth, but incurred a number of non-recurring expenses," including costs associated with the company's move from Michigan to a leased office and warehouse in San Diego, according to President Michael W. Dunaway.
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