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Thermo Fisher Scientific Reports Record 2007 Fourth Quarter Revenues and Operating Performance; Provides Guidance for 2008
Date:2/6/2008

x provision of $4.5 in

2007; Includes income tax benefit

of $0.2 in 2006) 5.5 (0.1)

Net Income $239.8 9.1% $25.3 1.5%

Earnings per Share from Continuing

Operations:

Basic $.56 $.08

Diluted $.53 $.08

Earnings per Share:

Basic $.57 $.08

Diluted $.54 $.08

Weighted Average Shares:

Basic 417.5 302.2

Diluted 440.7 318.4

Reconciliation of Adjusted Operating

Income and Adjusted Operating Margin

GAAP Operating Income (a) $285.0 10.9% $26.9 1.6%

Cost of Revenues Charges (c) 1.2 0.0% 74.4 4.5%

Restructuring and Other Costs,

Net (d) 17.7 0.7% 32.1 1.9%

Equity Compensation Acceleration

Charges (e) - 0.0% 36.7 2.2%

Amortization of Acquisition-related

Intangible Assets 148.2 5.6% 93.2 5.6%

Adjusted Operating Income (b) $452.1 17.2% $263.3 15.8%

Reconciliation of Adjusted Net Income

GAAP Net Income (a) $239.8 9.1% $25.3 1.5%

Cost of Revenues Charges (c) 1.2 0.0% 74.4 4.5%

Restructuring and Other Costs,

Net (d) 17.7 0.7% 32.1 1.9%

Equity Compensation Acceleration

Charges (e) - 0.0% 36.7 2.2%

Amortization of Acquisition-related

Intangible Assets 148.2 5.6% 93.2 5.6%

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