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The contract manufacturer lost 80 cents per share on a GAAP basis, and now has lost its founder.
RBC Capital Markets' positive comments about the sector spur big gains.
Shares of the contract manufacturers are up as Bear Stearns sees uptick signals.
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Its adjusted loss of 4 cents a share is twice what analysts were forecasting.
The company's shares bounce after the CEO says its printed circuit-board business has turned profitable.
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A pair of contract manufacturers are upgraded on the theory that they'll see the recovery soon.
Flextronics and Celestica both report widening losses for the quarter.
The wireless amplifier maker's role in the network steroid game could boost sales growth.
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This low-volume market environment is still conducive to profitable trades.
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His smart strategy has yielded market-trouncing returns.
The company has been claiming that its business was improving. Guess not.
The contract electronics manufacturer cites weak orders from some big customers.
The company still sees second-quarter revenue of $3.2 billion to $3.4 billion.
Electronics contract manufacturers will get a good rap today, but it's not worth listening to.
Moving actual production out of house is a very 21st century idea.
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