Bruker Says 'Material Weakness' at Subsidiary
Will Force Firm to Raise 2004 Losses

A "material weakness in internal controls" at an undisclosed Bruker BioSciences subsidiary will cause Bruker to increase its 2004 net losses, the company said.

According to a statement released Wednesday, Bruker said it has been made aware of several 2004 audit adjustments that it said will have a negative impact on its 2004 financial results.

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