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Danaher Corp (DHR.N)

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21 Apr 2017
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Thu, Apr 20 2017

BRIEF-Danaher Q1 earnings per share $0.69

* Sees Q2 2017 adjusted non-GAAP earnings per share $0.95 to $0.98

BRIEF-Danaher CEO's total compensation was about $13 million

* CEO Thomas Joyce's 2016 total compensation was about $13 million versus $10.6 million in 2015

Danaher Corp to buy Israel's AVT for $100 million

TEL AVIV Israel-based Advanced Vision Technology Ltd , which develops automatic print inspection systems, said on Monday it has agreed to be acquired by Danaher Corp's product identification platform for $100 million.

Danaher Corp to buy Israel's AVT for $100 million

TEL AVIV, March 6 Israel-based Advanced Vision Technology Ltd, which develops automatic print inspection systems, said on Monday it has agreed to be acquired by Danaher Corp's product identification platform for $100 million.

RPT-BRIEF-Danaher Corporation's Product Identification Platform to buy AVT

* Advanced Vision Technology Ltd. (AVT) to be acquired by the Danaher Corporation's Product Identification Platform

BRIEF-Danaher Corporation's Product Identification Platform to buy AVT

* Advanced Vision Technology Ltd. (AVT) to be acquired by the Danaher Corporation's Product Identification Platform

BRIEF-Danaher increases size of its board from eleven to twelve members

* Danaher Corp says on February 21, 2017, board of directors increased size of Danaher's board from eleven to twelve members - SEC filing Source: (http://bit.ly/2lnFifr) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Danaher appoints Raymond Stevens to its board

* Danaher announces appointment of Raymond C. Stevens, Ph.D. To Danaher board Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Danaher reports Q4 earnings per share $1.07

* Q4 earnings per share view $1.03 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

Two settle U.S. charges on failing to file stock buys with regulator

WASHINGTON Danaher Corp co-founder Mitchell Rales agreed to pay $720,000 to settle allegations that he failed to report stock purchases to the government so that they could be vetted to determine if they violate antitrust law, antitrust enforcers said on Tuesday.

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