The stock price has been fluctuating as a function of the new LNPA contract that will be effective in July of 2015.
The perception was that Neustar had lost the contract and the stock price fell to below 25 (briefly). Then news came out that Neustar was going to somehow be involved in the selection process (at least as a commentor). It seems certain that the selection committee recommended that Neustar be replaced. Neustar has made numerous filings protesting the selection process and the ultimate selection of a competitor that they claim is not "neutral". On June 6 a confidential email appeared (briefly) on the FCC website confirming that the selection committee had recommended to the FCC replacing Neustar. That email apparently caused several "rats" to leave the sinking ship. The FCC must determine two things before they select the new contract administrator:
1. Was the selection process "clean" - not flawed
2. Is Ericsson a viable alternative (neutrality issues)
On June 9 the FCC will make a statement related to the selection process.Don't know message content or impact on stock price.