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Beckman Coulter's Q4 Revenues Fall 5.4 Percent as Income Drops 70 Percent

Beckman Coulter reported this week that its fourth-quarter sales fell by 5.4 percent to $655.5 million from $693 million during the year-ago period.

Fourth-quarter consumable sales were up 12 percent, with acquisitions contributing to 3.9 percent of that growth.

Net income for the period decreased 70 percent to $17.8 million from $59.8 million during the fourth quarter of 2004.

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