the headline number, $.31, includes $13 million from GSA contract reserve reversal...that was worth $.12 you have to take off the $.31 headline number.
look at the guidance....just great numbers...stop trying to bash
I agree with you that they should have clarified the actual performance of .25The real bogus statement is how they quote improving margins, when those margins include the benefits.They always play with the numbers
Should be against the law for them to dod what they did with their numbers.
If you take out the one time things like the reversal and the repatriation and then reapply the tax rate, you actually come out with .25, which is a .02 miss for the quarter.Maybe the analysts will call them out on this tomorrow.
rev still amazing...next quarter earnings raised as well