St. Jude takes No. 2 spot in ICD market

10/19/2006 | Twincities.com · TheStreet.com

Although its implantable cardioverter defibrillator sales declined by 2%, St. Jude Medical beat analysts' expectations when it posted $116 million in earnings. The company's CEO, Dan Starks, also announced that the company's third quarter was "the tipping point when St. Jude became the clear No. 2 in selling pacemakers and ICDs," overtaking Boston Scientific Corp.

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