The Brampton, Ont.-based space-technology company’s revenue fell to $111.3 million in the three-month period ended Sept. 30, compared with $126.7 million in the previous quarter. In a conference call with analysts Friday, CFO Vito Culmone said “the slight dip” is “substantially timing related” and “not unusual” in the business. The company’s shares were down 4.46 per cent at Friday’s close. (The Logic)
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