Allen, Mike
August 2005
San Diego Business Journal;8/15/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 33, p15
Reports on the financial performance of several business enterprises in California. Total third quarter revenue of Maxwell Technologies Inc., maker of ultra-capacitors and other power delivery devices for industrial use; Second quarter net income of AMN Healthcare Inc., provider of nursing staffing services; Increase in dividends for Realty Income Corp., a real estate investment trust that leases retail space.


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