Aecom sunk on a fourth-quarter loss that included a large goodwill impairment charge, while professional technical services revenue slipped. And for the current year, Aecom expects per-share earnings between $2.40 to $2.50, below the $2.57 expected. CEO John M. Dionisio said the view “reflects continued pressure on growth as a result of the global macroeconomic climate.”
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