Oct 21 (Reuters) - Network services provider Tellabs Inc agreed to be bought by Marlin Equity Partners for $891 million.
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Despite the fact that Tellabs TLAB posted a 20% year-over-year revenue ..... much of 2012 to remain challenging as Tellabs transitions from legacy routing and ..... business from AT&T, we think that Tellabs did a decent job in managing its business
our $7 fair value estimate on Tellabs ' TLAB shares unchanged after reviewing ..... accounts for a larger portion of Tellabs ' revenue, the competitive nature ..... decline, so it is imperative to Tellabs ' future that its mobile backhaul
changing our fair value estimate on Tellabs TLAB after reviewing the results of its ..... however, a reasonable case that Tellabs shares are undervalued. As we noted ..... are leaning toward the view that Tellabs ' gross margins will remain highly
changing our fair value estimate for Tellabs TLAB despite the company's large improvement ..... recent quarters are indicative of Tellabs 's long-term earnings power ..... our long-term estimates, and Tellabs 's competitive position. Revenue
Tellabs TLAB reported full-year 2009 revenue and operating profits that were very much in line with our expectations. We're putting our
We are maintaining our fair value estimate on Tellabs TLAB after reviewing the firm's third-quarter results ..... economy, we continue to believe that over the long term, Tellabs should be able to generate revenue growth in the midsingle
Telllabs TLAB is the latest telecommunications ..... stability in demand. Moreover, Tellabs ' ongoing turnaround efforts ..... pleased with the progress Tellabs has made in streamlining ..... legacy businesses and that Tellabs is under substantial pressure
Despite a terrible environment for corporate IT spending, Tellabs TLAB managed to post a profit in the first quarter, primarily because of cuts in research-and-development spending. We see nothing