Amersham Drives Strong Revenue Growth at GE Healthcare in Q2; Integration Going Well | GenomeWeb

Amersham is bringing good things to General Electric — at least as far as the conglomerate’s second-quarter earnings are concerned.

Total revenues for GE’s Healthcare division during the period ended June 30 — the first quarter to include Amersham — surged more than 40 percent, to $3.4 billion from $2.4 million in the year-ago quarter.

(The conglomerate did not break out Amersham's contribution to this top line, though Amersham reported £427 million [$795 million] in sales during the second quarter of 2003.)

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