Joe Keegan, CEO of Molecular Devices, greeted analysts at last week’s quarterly conference call by calling the period “the best third quarter in the company’s history.”

Keegan, who has been president and CEO of the 21-year-old company since 1998, was mixed in his outlook, however, noting that the company was surprised by weakness in the drug-discovery market and a slowdown in capital spending for high-dollar tools.

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