Beckman Coulter Says Former Employee’s Allegations ‘Not Substantiated;’ Files Q1 Earnings | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Beckman Coulter today said that its Audit and Finance Committee has found that a former employee's allegations of financial "issues" were "not substantiated and that no adjustment to the company's financial statements was required."

As a result, Beckman Coulter filed its first-quarter earnings with the Securities and Exchange Commission today.

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