never going there again!!!!!
forget the dividend, I would be loading up on TLAB. within 6 mnoth to 1 yrs, TLAB will be a lot higher than current price
u for got TLAB got $571mil CASH & No Debt. 2H 2013 Sales suppose to pick up too. Expense coming Down!!!
TLAB Rev has bottom. Q1 2013 209Mil, Q2 2013 Est Rev 200-220mil. look like a bottom to me. 2H 2013 Rev should pick up. Buy TLAB when nobody wants it
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Good news for TLAB
These TLAB directors prolly need to go too:
Bo Hedfors, 69, retired. President of Hedfone Consulting, Inc. (telecom and Internet consulting) 2002-2009. President, Motorola Networks 1998-2002; president and chief executive officer of Ericsson, Inc. 1994-1998; chief technology officer of LM Ericsson 1990-1993. M.S.E.E., Chalmers University of Technology. Tellabs director since 2003.
Frank Ianna, 63, chief executive officer of Attila Technologies LLC since 2007. President of AT&T Network Services 1998-2003; various executive and senior management positions at AT&T 1990-1998; various management and staff positions at AT&T 1972-1998. Director, Clearwire Corporation and Sprint Nextel. M.S.E.E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.E.E.E., Stevens Institute of Technology. Tellabs director since 2004.
Michael E. Lavin, 67, retired. Midwest area managing partner KPMG LLP 1993-2002. Partner 1977-2002. Director, Integrys Energy Group, Inc. B.B.A., University of Wisconsin. Tellabs director since 2003.
These 2 TLAB directors need to go:
Stephanie Pace Marshall, Ph.D., 67, retired. Founding president and president emerita of Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy 1986. Ph.D., Loyola University; M.A., University of Chicago; B.A., Queens College. Tellabs director since 1996.
Jan H. Suwinski, 71, professor of Business and Operations, Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management since 1996. Chairman, Siecor Corporation, 1992-1996. Executive vice president of OptoElectronics Group, Corning Incorporated 1990-1996. Director, Thor Industries, Inc. and ACI Worldwide, Inc. M.B.A. and B.M.E., Cornell University. Tellabs director since 1997.
Alex Mashinsky, 47, managing partner of Governing Dynamics since 2004. CEO of Name.Space, Inc. 2011-2012. Founder and CEO of Groundlink 2005-2011. Founder of Transit Wireless 2002. Founder of Elematics 2000. Founder of Arbinet 1996. Director, Migo Software, Inc. Attended TelAviv University and Israel Open University.