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August 10, 2005 | From a Times Staff Writer
Two weeks after announcing disappointing financial results, Beckman Coulter Inc. reversed course by revising its second-quarter profit upward to reflect a lower tax rate. The Fullerton maker of medical testing equipment said net income for the quarter was $55.2 million, up from the $47.7 million it initially reported. The higher figure stems from a second-quarter tax rate of 14.6%, not the 26.2% rate the company reported in July.
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BUSINESS
August 10, 2005 | From a Times Staff Writer
Two weeks after announcing disappointing financial results, Beckman Coulter Inc. reversed course by revising its second-quarter profit upward to reflect a lower tax rate. The Fullerton maker of medical testing equipment said net income for the quarter was $55.2 million, up from the $47.7 million it initially reported. The higher figure stems from a second-quarter tax rate of 14.6%, not the 26.2% rate the company reported in July.
BUSINESS
September 18, 2002
* Steve Bornstein, former president of Walt Disney Co.'s ABC and ESPN networks, was hired by the National Football League to help decide how to distribute games over television, cable and satellite. * DQE Inc. agreed to sell AquaSource Inc.'s water and wastewater contract operations to Southwest Water Co. for more than $10 million in cash, after adjustments. * Sempra Energy said it expects 2002 earnings of $2.55 to $2.65 a share this year, an increase of as much as 5.2% from 2001.
NEWS
May 25, 1995
Here's how six San Gabriel Valley-based companies fared over the past week. GAINERS Tue. Point Company Price Change Southwest Water Co. 8.75 +1 First Mortgage Group 4.75 + 3/4 Vons 2.75 +1 LOSERS Tue. Point Company Price Change Ameron Inc. 35.63 -1 7/8 Marshall Industries 27.43 - 1/2 Countrywide Credit 18.83 -1 1/4 Source: Joe Lamas of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Pasadena
NEWS
August 4, 1994
Among 24 of the largest San Gabriel Valley-based companies traded on the New York and American stock exchanges and NASDAQ, here is how six fared over the past week. Tue. Point Company Price Change GAINERS Avery Dennison Corp. 32.63 +1 3/8 Marshall Industries 22.25 +7/8 California State Bank $10.88 +1/2 LOSERS Santa Anita Realty 17.88 -3/8 Southern Ca. Water Co. 18.38 -1/8 Southwest Water Co. 9.50 -1/16 Source: Joe Lamas of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Pasadena
NEWS
November 3, 1994
Among 23 of the largest San Gabriel Valley-based companies traded on the New York and American stock exchanges and NASDAQ, 12 gained value, seven lost and four remained unchanged Tuesday compared with the same day last week. Here is how six fared over the past week. GAINERS Tue. Point Company Price Change International Aluminum Corp. 28.75 +1 Vestar Inc. 5.56 + 7/8 Southwest Water Co. 9.62 +1 1/8 * LOSERS Tue. Point Company Price Change Avery Dennison Corp. 33.75 -3/4 Tetra Tech Inc. 18.
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