Garmin’s profits beat forecasts

Garmin posted earnings for the first quarter that topped analysts' forecasts, rising by 7.0 percent to $99 million. The revenues of this supplier of tracking and GPS navigation devices inched up by 2.0 percent to $639 million, driven by the outdoor, marine and aviation segments, but offset this time by ...

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