Data Measurement Corp.This Gaithersburg-based maker of...

BY THE NUMBERS

July 28, 1992

Data Measurement Corp.

This Gaithersburg-based maker of automated measurement and control systems reported a profit of $170,383, or 14 cents a share, on revenues of $5.8 million for the quarter that ended June 30.

The company said its 1991 streamlining efforts played a part in its improved financial performance during the quarter.

G; Backlog orders stand at $8.5 million, the company said.

Three months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 5,753,248 ... ... .$170,383... ... .. 0.14

5,643,473 ... ... .(208,662)... ... (0.17)

% change +1.9 .. ... ...-- ... ... ... ... --

MedImmune Inc.

After significantly increasing its research and development efforts, MedImmune Inc. showed a decline in earnings to $171,000, or 1 cent a share, for the quarter that ended June 30, from $1.2 million, or 8 cents a share, for the same period the year before.

The Gaithersburg biotechnology company had revenues of $4.1 million, down from $4.3 million in the second quarter last year. The dip in revenues was attributed to a slight decrease in the sale of CytoGam, which treats a disease in kidney transplant patients.

The company said that research and development costs had increased 37 percent over the past year.

Three months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 4,108,000... ... .. 171,000... ... . 0.01

4,273,000 ... ... ..1,197,000... ... 0.08

% change -3.9... ... ... . -85.7... ... ... .-87.5

Six months ended 7/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 7,914,000... ... .. 266,000... ..... 0.02

'91 7,978,000 ... ... ..1,504,000.... .. 0.11

% change -0.8... ... ... . -82.3... ... ... .. -81.8

Polk Audio Inc.

This Baltimore-based maker of high-quality loudspeaker systems lost money in the first quarter because of lower-than-expected sales, said President George M. Klopfer. Sales were hurt because the company was in the middle of revamping its product line and because of "rotten" business conditions, Mr. Klopfer said.

Three months ended 6/29/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 5,856,045... ... ...(126,370)... ... (0.07)

'91 5,691,308... ... ...47,976... ... ...0.03

% change +2.8... ... ....-- ... ... ... ...--

Integrated Health Services Inc.

This Hunt Valley-based nursing home and health-care company blamed a drop in second-quarter earnings on an extraordinary loss stemming from costs associated with the early payment of debt.

The company said it earned $943,000 in the past three months, down from $982,000 a year earlier. Revenues increased 31 percent during the same period, to $44.8 million from $33.9 million.

Integrated Health said its earnings were affected by the early payment of debt, which followed a public offering of stock in April.

Excluding the extraordinary loss, the company earned $2.86 million, or 25 cents a share, in the latest period.

The company credited the opening of new medical specialty units in its nursing homes for the increase in revenues.

Three months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 44,786,000... ..... 943,000... ... . 0.07

'91 33,932,000... ... . 982,000... ... . 0.13

change +31.9 ... ... ...-3.9... ... ... -46.2

Six months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 87,829,000... ... . 3,002,000... ... 0.29

'91 65,080,000... ... . 1,780,000... ... 0.33

% change +34.9... ... ... +68.7... ... ... -12.1

Alexander & Alexander Services Inc.

This New York-based global insurance brokerage and management consultancy reported income of $16.9 million, or 41 cents a share, on revenues of $347.1 million for the quarter that ended June 30. The company said a recent restructuring and continuing cost-containment efforts contributed to its improved financial performance during the quarter.

Three months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 347,100,000... .... 16,900,000... .. 0.41

'91 344,000,000 ... ....13,500,000... .. 0.33

% change +0.9... ... .... +25.2.... .... .. +24.2

Six months ended 6/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 668,300,000... .... 37,700,000... ... 0.92

'91 676,400,000... .... 15,400,000... ... 0.37

% change -1.2 ... ... ...+144.8... ... .... +148.6

Waverly Inc.

This Baltimore publishing company reported an 11 percent increase in revenues for the quarter that ended June 30, to $41.9 million from $37.7 million in the same period a year ago.

Income for the second quarter was $1.7 million, or 40 cents a share, 16 percent more than in the same period a year earlier.

The company credited the increase in revenues to stronger sales of books and a boost from the receipt of wholesale orders for the fall in this year's second quarter. Last year, the orders were received in the first quarter.

The company said its loss for the six-month period resulted from a new accounting regulation for medical benefits to retirees that was adopted in this year's first quarter.

Three months ended 7/30/92

....Revenue... .... .... Net.... .... .... Share

'92 41,956,000... ... .. 1,739,000... .. 0.40

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