Mixed results from US 'big five'

Earnings per share came in at $1.50 (94p), of which $0.61 (38p) occurred during the fourth quarter. Full-year revenues were $687.4m (£430m), which led to net earnings of $116.6m (£73m). George Lippe, president and CEO, predicted earnings growth of around 15% for 2000, driven by the firm's corporate outsourcing and ...

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