Interesting in the views of others who have held this stock for more than 12 months. Looks like it is a value but concerned about top line growth. Any opinions???
Excellent. CLRO has got new, industry-leading products and has got $72 million in net tangible assets. This stock is selling for less than 90% of tangible assets. This is an excellent bargain. Time will tell. I was able to start picking up some shares today. Good times.
Is anyone still following CLRO? Pretty bad results IMO, for 3 quarters in a row they use the excuse that transitioning to the new products is hitting their bottom line and now a lawsuit will limit their profitability for years to come. Remember the previous one
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Zee has run the company into the ground and now is paying the price. Only thing that might save this is recent lawsuits but they are playing with the big boys and it will take years to resolve litigation. Short term... sucks, long term... sucks, unless CLRO wins lawsuit. Video business is growing but base if so small it won't make a difference. Too little too late. Acquisition is always an option. Should have sold this dog at $14.
What is up with the heavy volume and sell off. Trying to scare the little guys away possible from being bought out?
Something smells real fishy with this stock movement and volume!!!
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Excellent. More cash and profit rolls in for CLRO. The company had $2.0 million in non-GAAP income and had $0.22 in EPS. This was more than I was expecting. Balance sheet is very strong. New products are winning orders. Probably CLRO will be over $15 per share.
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Siris buys Polycom. Private-equity firm Siris Capital Group LLC has agreed to acquire Polycom Inc. in a $2.0 billion cash deal, that has obliged Polycom to end a previously agreed merger with Mitel Networks Corp.
I hope Mitel still wants in the game. CLRO would be a good target.
Fallout of Polycom aquisition. Hopefully there is some positive effect of the PLCM acquisition on the evaluation of CLRO.
telehealth. I like this new initiative, it is a hot topic in Healthcare to improve clinical outcome and reduce costs.
It might be a good new topline driver!
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Thoughts?. ClearOne to Report 2016 First-Quarter Financial Results, and Host Conference Call on Thursday, May 5, 2016PR Newswire (Mon, May 2)
109k at $11.38. nice action - then down next trade 56 cents on 100 shares
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Polycom acquired by Canadian competitor Mitel. As more enterprises move their communications services over to IP networks and cloud-based services, we’re seeing an increasing amount of consolidation as the businesses that serve them continue to grow to provide end-to-end services, but also to shore up against smaller, newer and less expensive offerings from the tech world like Slack, Skype, Google Hangouts and more. Today comes that latest move in that sphere: Mitel announced that it would acquire Polycom in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $1.96 billion, creating a company with combined sales of $2.5 billion and 7,700 employees.
Mitel and Polycom have been in negotiations for nearly 10 months, Mitel said, and there was a report earlier this month in Bloomberg hinting that a deal between the two was imminent. They share a common (and recent) investor in the form of Elliott Management Corp., who had been urging the two to combine to compete better with the likes of Cisco.
Polycom, based out of San Jose, will continue to keep its branding, Mitel said, with the overall company headquartered in Ottawa, Mitel’s current HQ. Both companies are publicly traded and have been acquirers of smaller companies themselves, but not on the prolific level of some rivals like Cisco. This is only Mitel’s fifth acquisition, according to Crunchbase.
“Mitel has a simple vision – to provide seamless communications and collaboration to customers. To bring that vision to life we are methodically putting the puzzle pieces in place to provide a seamless customer experience across any device and any environment,” said Mitel CEO Rich McBee in a statement. “Polycom is one of the most respected brands in the world and is synonymous with the high quality and innovative conference and video capabilities that are now the norm of everyday collaboration. Together with industry-leading voice communications from Mitel, the combined company will have the talent and technology needed to truly deliver integrated solutions to businesses and service pro
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Twice the avg volume today.. YAWN, wonder what's up?
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Paint drying. This is like watching an ugly color of paint dry knowing it will take three coats to cover.
When they going to start buying shares?. Any thoughts? Will be easy to tell by the volume