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“While weighing a 2002 offer to become Symbol's second-in-command, Mr. Nuti says board members and outside auditors gave him the mistaken impression that it had a small-scale difficulty involving an accounting trick called "channel stuffing.”
“Goldman also was a big accumulator of Symbol's stock in the final quarter before the transaction's announcement.”
“Motorola hoped to use Symbol's technology to produce a sturdier version of its hand-held email device called the Q, while using Symbol to boost its sales to customers in manufacturing, health care and retail.”
“We had been highlighting a return to growth as the next catalyst for Symbol's stock and believe this guidance should serve as that catalyst," wrote analyst Philip Alling, in a research report.”
“At one such session, Phil Lazo,* Symbol senior vice president and manager of its RFID unit, described how Symbol's gear was already at work tracking supplies for the Department of Defense, baggage at Hong Kong International airport and high value parcels for China Post.”
“But Symbol's own annual report, filed earlier this month, noted the company had paid a "significant premium" for Matrics and warned investors of potential pitfalls.”
“For the Beltway-minded investor, Symbol's shares look interesting.”
“Holmstead thinks Symbol's difficulties with management are on the wane--it appointed a new chief financial officer last month--and that its shares are attractively valued.”
“Down 71% from a high set five years ago, Symbol's stock now trades for 1.5 times sales and 2.3 times book value.”
“In exchange, Intermec will get access to elements of Symbol's RFID intellectual property by exercising cross-licensing provisions of the Rapid Start program.”
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