By Adam Gefvert : Last quarter's earnings and guidance were extremely dismal for LeapFrog ( LF ). The stock fell to 52 week lows at $6.10 in February. Now that it has rebounded since then, I researched the company to
By Aurium Investments : LeapFrog ( LF ) shares are hovering close to their 52 ..... kids' tablets. At the time of writing, LF shares are trading at $7.49 with a P ..... implies an adjusted P/E ratio of 15.6. LF has a cash balance of $168M and no long
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(Reuters) - Toy company LeapFrog Enterprises Inc cut its full-year sales forecast as rising competition hurt demand for its LeapPad tablets, sending its shares down as much as 13 percent after the...
to $511 million, which the firm attributed to problems at LF USA, the distribution arm that struggled with a bloated brand ..... and elevated costs. In sharp contrast to 2011, during which LF USA contributed nearly a third of total core operating profits
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results mainly to the ongoing restructuring at LF USA, the distribution business unit that ..... and elevated labor cost. In our view, LF USA probably expanded too quickly in recent ..... The firm had already begun to restructure LF USA to trim costs, move head counts to
(Reuters) - Children's toy maker LeapFrog Enterprises Inc raised its full-year forecast and said it will increase its advertising spending to attract more shoppers during the upcoming holiday season.
of new, more economical, kid-friendly tablets to try to take advantage of this demand. The LeapPad, by Leapfrog Enterprises , is (pardon the pun) hopping off of shelves so quickly that retailers can’t keep it in stock. The LeapPad