MS Sales Up 14 Percent at ABI, But CEO White Sees Increased Competition for All Segments | GenomeWeb
Sales of Applied Biosystems’ mass spectrometry systems continued to grow at a double-digit clip, helping overall revenues climb 10 percent during its fiscal second quarter, the company reported last week.
 
Meantime, Tony White, CEO of Applera, parent company of ABI, told analysts and reporters last week that he will remain interim president of ABI for up to two years to set “the right course” for the company. White stepped in when Cathy Burzik abruptly left the company in October.
 

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