- EPS of $0.43 came in at company and analysts' estimates.
- Revenue of $476 million was also ahead of company and analysts' estimates.
Income Statement Highlights (What's this?)
|Avg. Est.||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
Balance Sheet Highlights (What's this?)
|Assets||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash+ ST Invest.||$751,000||$468,000||+60.5%|
|Liabilities||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
Margin Checkup (What's this?)
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||Change|
Cash Flow Highlights (What's this?)
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash From Ops||$151,000||$47,000||+221.3%|
|Free Cash Flow||$93,000||$13,000||+615.4%|
(NASDAQ:DELL)is the latest to play the patriot card.
- Though it's not showing in Infosys' results, the sun may be setting on offshoring.
- Investing in outsourcing has been mighty profitable over the past year.
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