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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tektronix revenues fell again last quarter, according to financial results from parent company Danaher Corp.

"Tektronix's performance has steadily improved from earlier this year," Tektronix president Amir Aghdaei said in a written statement. "While macro(economic) challenges in China and the US persist, we remain focused on that which we can control. New product introductions and local initiatives continue to drive opportunity for us."

Tektronix makes oscilloscopes and other products that engineers use to test the performance of their electronics. Founded in 1946, it’s the godfather of Oregon’s technology industry and remains a large employer at its headquarters near Beaverton.

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