Lawsuit Settlement Drags Beckman Coulter Earnings Down for Q4; 300 Jobs Eliminated in January Restructuring | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan. 27-Beckman Coulter today reported a steep falloff in earnings for the fourth quarter of 2002 due to a $39.3 million charge from settling a longstanding patent infringement lawsuit with Streck Laboratories.


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