THE TORO CO.(TTC) Makes turf maintenance equipment and precision irrigation systems for golf courses, sports fields, public green spaces, commercial and residential properties, and agricultural fields.
4th quarter FY2012, 10/312012 2011 % chg. Revenue $339.3 $368.1 -7.8 Income 0.3 5.0 -95 Earn/share* 0.00 0.08 --
12 monthsRevenue $1,958.7 $1,884.0 +4.0 Income 129.5 117.7 +10.1 Earn/share* 2.14 1.85 +15.7
Figures in millions except for earnings per share.
* Earnings per share amounts have been adjusted for all periods to reflect a 2-for-1 stock split erffective June 29, 2012.
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