Lexmark (NYSE:LXK) announced its Q2 result on July 29th.  The company reported that its revenue fell by 1.82%, less than expected. This might me the last earnings release by the company as it gears for delisting; its shareholders have approved the merger with a consortium of investors led by Apex Technology Co., Ltd. (Apex) and PAG Asia Capital (PAG). The summary of results is as follows:
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