Orchid BioSciences Reports 29-Percent Jump in Q4 Revenue; R&D, Profit Increase | GenomeWeb

This update serves to correct three errors: Orchid generated $13.7 million in total revenue during the fourth quarter of 2003, not $12.6 million, as was reported. Additionally, Orchid's net earnings per share during the fourth quarter 2004 was $.03, not $.04, as was reported; and the company posted a net loss of $7.3 million during the fourth quarter of 2003, as opposed to $7.2 million, as was reported.

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