More Cost-Saving in Store for Bruker As Q1 Organic Revs Jump 6 Percent | GenomeWeb

Following job cuts and other cost-cutting measures last year, Bruker BioSciences hit its goal for first-quarter revenue and net earnings, and executives at the firm are cautiously optimistic Bruker will grow revenue at a greater clip than competitors in the industry.

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