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January 14, 2014
08:44 EDTMMM, ALGNAlign Technology announces Invisalign interoperability with 3M True Definition
Align Technology (ALGN) and 3M ESPE (MMM) announced that Align Technology has qualified the 3M True Definition scanner for use with Invisalign case submissions, which requires an intraoral scanner that can readily capture an accurate full arch digital impression. This qualification will now enable Invisalign providers with a True Definition scanner to submit a digital impression in place of a traditional PVS impression as part of the Invisalign case submission process. The 3M True Definition scanner is the only third-party scanner that has been qualified for use with Invisalign treatment. Align's own iTero scanner was qualified for Invisalign case submission in December 2011. Align supports an open systems approach to digital impressions and continues to work with intraoral scanning companies interested in developing interoperability for use with Invisalign treatment.
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April 23, 2014
16:04 EDTALGNAlign Technology reports Q1 EPS 39c, consensus 35c
Reports Q1 revenue $180.6M, consensus $177.56M.
16:03 EDTALGNAlign Technology authorizes $300M stock repurchase program
Align Technology has authorized a plan to repurchase up to $300M of the company's stock over the next three years, with $100M of that amount authorized and anticipated to be purchased over the next twelve months. The plan is effective immediately.
15:35 EDTMMMNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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07:47 EDTMMM3M Company April weekly volatility elevated into Q1 and growth outlook
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April 16, 2014
08:17 EDTMMM3M against proposal for shareholder actions without vote first, Reuters says
3M Company said its board opposed a proposal by shareholder James McRitchie to allow investors with a certain amount of shares to take a specific action through written consent without voting first, according to Reuters, citing a company letter to stockholders. Reference Link

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