NORWALK, Conn.— Document management company Xerox Corp. on Friday reported profit that declined by 1.9 percent in its second quarter, and beat analysts' expectations. The Norwalk, Connecticut- based company said net income dropped to $266 million, or 22 cents per share, from $271 million, or 21 cents per share, in the same quarter a year earlier.» Read More
Feb 5- 3 D Systems Corp slashed its profit estimate for 2013, reviving fears of a bubble in the 3 D printing industry and sending its shares down as much as 28 percent. 3 D Systems cut its 2013 adjusted profit estimate to 83- 87 cents per share from 93 cents- $1.03, citing higher spending on research, manufacturing and marketing.
Jan 28- Printer maker Lexmark International Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly results, helped by higher revenue from its managed print services and software businesses, sending its shares up 7 percent before the bell.
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