NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – On the heels of a just-completed share repurchase program, Tecan has initiated another stock buyback program on the SWX Swiss Exchange.
 
Männedorf, Switzerland-based Tecan said today that it has completed its share repurchase program on the “first trading line,” which began Jan. 9, 2007, on the SWX Swiss Exchange. During that program, the firm bought 627,287 shares, or 5.2 percent of its share capital.
 
Tecan said it now owns 1,045,310 — or 8.65 percent — of its share capital.

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