The important take-away from the conference call is that management is talking almost exclusively about improving margins and return on $spend. Whereas, in the past any discussion of profits was met with "HEY just take our word for it" Now, it seems like margin improvements and profits are the drill downs. Its quite simple, without earnings focus and delivery of EPS, the street could give a flying cauldron about REED's. THEY ARE FINALLY GETTING IT!! and shareholders will benefit from the sun evaporating mental fog!
Info like that can be found at Nasdaq's web site under "Institutional Holdings" after searching for REED.
I believe this was an increase from the prior reported quarter. From what I recall, Driehaus's position fluctuates, but they've been the largest institutional holder for a while now.
Interesting to note that the third largest, Granite Investment, is a brand new position.
The stock is heavily owned by retail investors, followed by insiders, then institutional. There are some retail holders with large positions, most notably the Elias family / Malta Street Partners who have had to file with the SEC in the past due to their approximate 17% holding, at last filing, which is now split up among 4 individuals as well as their partnership.