NEW YORK--Bridge Information Systems' revenues have quadrupled since 1997, substantially through a spate of acquisitions, according to financial statements seen by Inside Market Data. While that's no great surprise, the documents also show that Bridge is turning around its cash flow to positive, despite concerns about its European sales efforts and cancellations at Telerate.
Bridge's net loss, caused in part by writedowns associated with its purchases, continued to widen in 1999, although tha
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