Affymetrix Blames 12 Percent Q2 Sales Drop on Weak European Performance, Sales Reorganization | GenomeWeb

This article was first posted on July 22.

By Justin Petrone

Affymetrix last week reported that delays in instrument purchases in Europe and an internal sales reorganization led to a 12 percent decline in second-quarter revenues as a profit swung to a loss.

Still, the firm's management tried to assuage investors last week that all anticipated orders remain in its pipeline, and that any "disruption" associated with sales restructuring has passed.

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