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Covance Reports Fourth Quarter Revenue of $532M, GAAP EPS of $0.35, Pro Forma EPS of $0.73, and Adjusted Net Orders of $759M
Date:1/25/2012

oximately $90 million in 2012 (versus approximately $60 million in 2011), and will lead to a significant increase in operating expense over the next two years.  We are also planning to continue expanding our commercial footprint in order to capture an increasing share of the opportunities available in the CRO industry and position us for longer-term growth.  In aggregate, we are projecting spending in these areas to be above the growth rate in revenue by approximately $25 million, or $0.32 per diluted share in 2012.

"In the first quarter of 2012, we expect a modest increase in net revenues from the fourth quarter level as we forecast a further sequential decline in Early Development net revenue, to be offset by an increase in Late-Stage net revenues.  A drop in Early Development earnings due to the expected lower level of revenue, when combined with the increased information technology spending and foreign exchange headwind, is expected to result in diluted earnings per share in the low $0.60 range.  

"For the full year, we are forecasting mid-single digit year-on-year revenue growth (inclusive of an approximate 200 basis point headwind from the stronger USD) and diluted earnings per share in the range of $2.50 to $2.80.  This diluted earnings per share range reflects increased investment in IT and commercial, the estimated impact of anticipated share repurchases that may be made under our Board-approved share repurchase programs ($0.15 to $0.20 per share), excludes potential new strategic alliances with clients, and assumes foreign exchange rates remain at year-end 2011 levels."  

Consolidated Results($ in millions except EPS)4Q114Q10ChangeFY 2011 FY 2010ChangeTotal Revenues

$582.4

$519.5$2,236.4

$2,038.5Less: Reimbursable Out-of-Pockets  

$49.9

$28.0$140.5

$112.9Net Revenues

$532.5

$491.5

8.3%

$2,095.9

$1,925.6

8.8%
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