The acquisition of Flir Systems continues to pay off for Teledyne Technologies, as the Thousand Oaks-based industrial and scientific conglomerate crushed analysts’ expectations in the third quarter and upped its guidance for the full year. Teledyne delivered record sales for the quarter ended Sept. 30, generating $1.3 billion in revenue, a 75.8% increase from the Read More →
Teledyne Technologies crushed analysts’ expectations July 28, delivering revenue in the second quarter of 2021 that doubled its total from the same quarter a year ago, thanks in large part to its acquisition of Flir systems, an Oregon based company with significant operations in Goleta. Teledyne, a Thousand Oaks-based industrial and scientific conglomerate, generated $1.12 Read More →
Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies completed its purchase of Flir Systems on May 13 when the stockholders of each company approved the $8.2 billion deal, Teledyne announced May 14. Flir, a thermal imaging company based in Oregon with a large presence in Goleta, is now part of Teledyne’s Digital Imaging Segment and operates under the name Read More →
Teledyne Technologies saw growth in nearly all markets during the first quarter of 2021, helping the company beat expectations and deliver positive results on its first earnings report of the year. Teledyne, a Thousand Oaks-based industrial and scientific conglomerate, reported an adjusted earnings per share of $3.02 for the first quarter of 2021, beating Zacks’ Read More →
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For more than a decade, Teledyne Technologies has been attempting to get into the uncooled infrared market. With its acquisition of Flir Systems, announced Jan. 4, the multinational conglomerate based in Thousand Oaks might finally have the perfect opportunity to enter the commercial infrared space with a splash. Teledyne plans to spend approximately $8 billion Read More →