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November 5, 2012
07:08 EDTDOVDover announces intention to divest certain non-core businesses
Dover announced that, consistent with its long-term focus on strengthening its portfolio, it intends to divest certain non-core businesses which serve the electronic assembly and test markets. The company will provide updates on the progress of these planned divestitures as appropriate. CEO Robert A. Livingston commented: "We plan to divest certain businesses outside our five key growth spaces, which will allow us to continue to focus on Energy, Refrigeration and Food Equipment, Communication Components, Product Identification, and Fluids. In addition, our acquisition pipeline remains robust, and we expect to close a couple of opportunities before year end. Taken together, these initiatives demonstrate the conviction we have in our strategy, the long-term prospects of our five growth spaces and our commitment to creating shareholder value."
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July 17, 2014
07:09 EDTDOVDover raises FY14 EPS cont ops to $4.75-$4.85 from $4.60-$4.80, consensus $4.81
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07:09 EDTDOVDover reports Q2 bookings growth of 11%
07:09 EDTDOVDover reports Q2 EPS cont ops $1.29, consensus $1.28
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July 13, 2014
17:57 EDTDOVDover shares could rise another 10%-15%, Barron's says
Dover shares don't look inexpensive; however, shares could continue higher if the company beats its FY14 revenue growth target of 6%-7%, Barron's contends in a follow up article. Shares could continue 10%-15% higher over the next 12-18 months, the paper adds citing Nicholas Heymann, an analyst at William Blair & Co. Reference Link

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