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55. Intricon Corp.

55. Intricon Corp.
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 55 (Previous rank: 22)
CEO: Mark Gorder
Headquarters: Arden Hills, MN
Employees: 523
Industry: Technology
Revenue: $65.6 million
(four quarters to 12/31/08)
Return to investors: -5.31%
(three years to 12/81/08, annualized rate)

Intricon develops and manufactures miniature devices for the electronic, medical and professional audio industries. In 2008, the company brokered a deal with the Australian software company Dynamic Hearing, which will help expand its offerings in the hearing health industry.
From the July/August 2009 issue of Fortune Small Business magazine
Source: Zacks
Revenue is for the most recent four quarters ended on or before 12/31/08.

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