NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Danaher today reported that its fourth quarter revenues rose nearly 13 percent year over year.

The company said revenues increased to $5.88 billion for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2015, from $5.22 billion a year ago, but it missed analysts' consensus estimate of $6.00 billion in revenues for the quarter.

The firm's net earnings for the quarter were $688.6 million, or $.99 per share, compared to $661.7 million, or $.92 per share, for Q4 2014. Its adjusted earnings per share was $1.27 for the quarter, matching the consensus Wall Street estimate.

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