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ResMed Tanks on Second-Quarter Revenue Miss

Tony Owusu

The San Diego company reported a 9% increase in adjusted revenue to $651.1 million but lagged Wall Street's expectations of $667 million. "We had a solid quarter with top-line growth and gross margin expansion, as well as continued fiscal discipline to drive leverage and improved operating profit," said Mick Farrell, ResMed's CEO. Through the first half of the company's fiscal year, ResMed has posted an increase of 11% on adjusted revenue while earnings have gained 9%.