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PLEASANTON, Calif., Nov. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Cooper Companies, Inc. (NYSE:COO) today announced that it has completed the sale of Aime, its rigid gas permeable contact lens and solutions business in Japan, to Nippon Contact Lens Inc. effective October 31, 2013. The Company will recognize a fiscal fourth quarter 2013 charge to GAAP earnings per share of $0.25-$0.30. This charge will be excluded from fiscal fourth quarter 2013 non-GAAP earnings per share. Aime revenues for fiscal 2013 were $25.3 million, and post divestiture the Company expects the transaction to be neutral to earnings per share.
About The Cooper Companies
The Cooper Companies, Inc. ("Cooper") is a global medical device company publicly traded on the NYSE Euronext (NYSE:COO). Cooper is dedicated to being A Quality of Life Company™ with a focus on delivering shareholder value. Cooper operates through two business units, CooperVision and CooperSurgical. CooperVision brings a refreshing perspective on vision care with a commitment to crafting a wide range of high-quality products for contact lens wearers and providing focused practitioner support. CooperSurgical focuses on supplying women's health clinicians with market leading products and treatment options to improve the delivery of healthcare to women. Headquartered in Pleasanton, CA, Cooper has over 8,000 employees with products sold in over 100 countries. For more information, please visit
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