Tablet keyboard sales up 25% Screen protection sales up 23% Net sales up 20.0% to $60.0 million $9.6 million write-down of aged, slow moving inventory Negative Adjusted EBITDA of $(3.0) million Pro forma net loss of $(2.5) million Increases 2014 revenue guidance; lowers Adjusted EBITDA and gross margin guidance
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA --
By Rory Jones
Once popular as an adult playground of glitz, glamour and vice, Dubai is shrugging off its reputation as the Las Vegas of the Middle East and appealing to a more reserved niche of tourists: families.
Kansas City Southern (KCS) (NYSE: KSU) Vice President Investor
Relations, William Galligan, will address the Raymond James Global
Airline/Transportation Conference at 12:50 p.m. eastern time on
Thursday, November 6, 2014.
On the heels of a dramatic finish to the 2014 Series in Oceanside, CA
and planned collaboration with IRONMAN ®,
Time – The Healthy Way of Life Company (NYSE: LTM )
unveiled the 2015
Life Time Tri Series race schedule.
By Wallace Witkowski and Sue Chang, MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. and Activision Blizzard Inc. are among the stocks expected to see action in the extended session Tuesday as the companies report quarterly results.
Recently, the Semiconductor Industry Association announced September monthly industry sales of $31.8 billion, a month-over-month increase of 12.6% and year-over-year increase of 8.1%, above our estimate of an 11.0% month-over-month and 5.6% year-over-year increase.
By Rex Crum, MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- When Don Mattrick took over as Chief Executive at social-gaming company Zynga Inc. 16 months ago, it's fair to say he was joining a business that was at a crossroads.
Sigal Bareket, CEO and co-founder of Taptica, has been named one of the
‘Mobile Women to Watch’ in 2015, joining a select group of 25
accomplished executives recognized by Mobile
Marketer as women set to make a difference in mobile, including
leaders from Walgreens, General Motors and Target.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA and PALO ALTO, CA --
By Eric Garcia, MarketWatch
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- During his time as director of the National Security Agency, General Keith Alexander made investments in a technology company closely tied to AT&T.
According to a story by the Daily Beast, Alexander bought and sold tens of thousands of dollars of stock in a New Jersey-based company called Synchronoss Technologies Inc., which helps synchronize personal information across multiple devices.
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