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To my surprise, according to JDSU has been profitable all year, which is directly contrary to MF charts and even the 10-Q of JDSU (which also posted a loss).

This difference basically comes down to how you view merger related charges (e.g., acquired in-process R&D, amortization). If you leave them in, then JDUS is not profitable. If you exclude them it is. Personally, I exclude them as explained in this post:


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