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Talon International Inc. beat analyst estimates on revenue in its first quarter earnings, and attributed the gain to strong performance from its trim products segment.
Real Industry Inc. missed Wall Street expectations on net income but beat them on revenue in the fiscal first quarter.
Clover Imaging Group is eliminating the second shift at its Van Nuys toner cartridge manufacturing plant as the work has been relocated to Mexico.
Ceres Inc. reported a 57 percent decrease in operating expenses for its second fiscal quarter but nevertheless recorded a net loss, the company announced Thursday.
A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. has acquired an electronic test and measurement business, the company announced Wednesday.
Electronics systems and components manufacturer Interconnect Systems Inc. has been acquired by Molex LLC, the companies announced Friday.
Electro Rent Corp. announced its quarterly results Friday, blaming the expiration of a big contract for falling income and revenue.
Qualstar Corp. widened its net loss and had a decrease in revenue for a period of six months, the company announced Wednesday.
Interlink Electronics Inc. increased revenue and earnings last year, the company announced Monday.
Amgen Inc. of Thousand Oaks and UCB Pharma of Brussels announced Sunday that a study on the effects of romosozumab in treating men with osteoporosis produced positive results.
Real Industry Inc. matched Wall Street expectations on earnings but fell short on revenue in the fiscal fourth quarter.
Pharmaceutical software developer Simulations Plus Inc. announced preliminary revenue for the second quarter of 2016 on Thursday.
AeroVironment Inc. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings in the fiscal third quarter but fell short in revenue, the company announced Tuesday.
Semtech Corp. beat analyst expectations for the fourth quarter, sending its stock up nearly 9 percent Thursday.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. announced Monday it is partnering with the United Launch Alliance and the U.S. Air Force on a new rocket engine to launch military payloads into Earth orbit.