Goodrich expects improved 2001 and 2002 results thanks to strong cost controls and higher sales of spare parts. The company also reported that it has made "significant progress" on the spinoff of its Engineered Industrial Products (EIP) business. Full-year 2001 earnings per share from continuing operations, excluding special items, are expected to exceed $2.80, above the company's prior guidance of $2.65-$2.75. Continuing operations excludes the EIP business, as well as the former ...
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