Two Research Firms Downgrade Beckman Coulter in Wake of Poor Earnings, Restructuring | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 25 (GenomeWeb News) - Two research firms downgraded Beckman Coulter today, following the company's weak earnings report on Friday, in which it posted an 18-percent drop in earnings and disclosed that it would lay off 350 employees as part of a cost-cutting effort.

 

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