Applied Bio s Q1 Earnings Beat Expectations as Revenues Surge | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct 26 - Applied Biosystems said Thursday a 24 percent increase in revenues fueled a jump in first fiscal quarter 2001 earnings, which beat Wall Street’s expectations by a penny.

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