Bristol-Myers Squibb's 3rd-qtr income down 65% to $388M, as sales fall 12.5%

06-11-2006 Comments (0)

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USA-based drug major Bristol-Myers Squibb reported income for the third quarter of 2006 of $388.0 million,…

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