ZEELAND, MI (WHTC) - Investors and shareholders will be hearing a mixed bag of news from Herman Miller officials during this morning’s financial webcast. The Zeeland-based office furniture maker disclosed in yesterday’s quarterly report that a combination of factors led to lower sales of nearly 442 million dollars for the three-month period that ended on December 1st, with earnings of 14 cents per share. That compares to 446 million in sales and 41 cents per share for the same period a year ago. New orders, though, were up eight percent from 2011.
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