NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thermo Fisher Scientific today said third-quarter revenues increased over 230 percent as R&D spending rose 52 percent and profit increased more than 300 percent.
 
The company also hinted that the “highly fragmented” market in which it plays “presents opportunities” to make additional acquisitions.
 
Thermo Fisher stressed that last year's results reflect Thermo Electron's operations before its merger with Fisher Scientific last November.
 

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