The company said that due to the departure of CEO Patrick J. Byrne, it would not provide financial guidance on its prospects.
Byrne was also president and a member of the board. The company said Chairman Allen J. Lauer had been named interim CEO and president until a permanent replacement is picked. Lauer is a retired CEO of scientific instruments maker Varian Inc. and has been on the Intermec board since 2003.
The shares fell 8 cents to $5.40 in afternoon trading.
The company said that it lost $16.4 million or 27 cents per share, in the first quarter, compared with a loss of $6.1 million, or 10 cents per share, a year earlier.
Excluding items such as acquisition costs, the company said it would have lost 21 cents per share.
Revenue rose 1 percent to $179.7 million.
The consensus estimate of three analysts surveyed by FactSet was for a loss of 23 cents per share on revenue of 179.8 million.
Total costs rose to $198.4 million from $187.1 million. Overhead expenses climbed to $66 million from $54.2 million.
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