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Ciphergen's Q2 Earnings 'Unreliable' as Auditors Investigate Other Periods; Problem Not Likely Nefarious

Ciphergen Biosystems' second-quarter earnings report should "no longer be relied upon" and should be restated after the company last week brought into question the validity of around $500,000 in revenue from that period, Ciphergen said this week.

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