Acquisitions, Costs Raise Revenue, Cut Profits at Interactive Data

Interactive Data's second-quarter financial results last week saw Q2 revenue rise 5 percent to $194 million compared to the same period last year, though operating profit fell from $50.6 million to $35.5 million over the same period as a result of costs associated with its purchase by Silver Lake and Warburg Pincus, higher costs from acquisitions, higher staff bonuses, and "challenges" in the segments served by its eSignal active trader desktop and its Real-Time Services division. Real-Time

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