Taser reported an 17.6 percent rise in third-quarter revenue, attributing growth to an extended upgrade program for its Taser X2 device. The Arizona-based company said it earned 7 cents per share, beating analyst estimatea of 4 cents. Taser develops and manufactures electronic control devices designed for use in law enforcement, military, corrections, private security and personal defense.
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