- EPS dropped from the prior-year quarter, missing analysts' expectations by $0.01.
(Figures in thousands, except per-share data)
Income Statement Highlights
|Avg. Est.||Q4 2005||Q4 2004||% Change|
Balance Sheet Highlights
|Assets||Q4 2005||Q4 2004||% Change|
|Cash+ ST Invest.||$294,715||$215,211||+36.9%|
|Q4 2005||Q4 2004||Change|
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