Vitesse Semiconductor Corp (VTSS)

5.28
0.01 0.19
Prev Close 5.27
Open 5.27
Day Low/High 5.27 / 5.28
52 Wk Low/High 2.70 / 5.38
Volume 662.17K
Avg Volume 1.20M
Exchange
Shares Outstanding 68.98M
Market Cap 364.20M
EPS -0.30
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Juniper Faces Option Probe

Already besieged by a sales slowdown, the networker now faces a backdating investigation.

RealMoney's Best Blogs

RealMoney's Best Blogs

The week's highlights from the site's five bloggers: Jim Cramer, Rev Shark, Cody Willard, Steve Smith and Tony Crescenzi.

Funny Money: Unbridled Optimism

Funny Money: Unbridled Optimism

There must be a lot of inspiring, uplifting news in the business world. We just can't find any.

Probe Knocks Caremark Back

Probe Knocks Caremark Back

Stock-option timing questions claim another victim.

Following Insiders to the Exit

Insider-based indicators prompt cash raising, but a number of previous picks still look good.

Pandora Holds Options

The backdating issue matters, even if other maguffins don't.

Taking the Tone of Three Value Tenors

After the selloff, it seems logical to check in with three leading value hounds.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

Verizon vitriol; Bausch backslide; Tenet tangle; Vitesse vexed; GM's book learning.

Options Talk Hits Juniper, F5

Analysts wonder if backdating could hit two big tech shops.

Altera Walks Delisting Tightrope

A delayed earnings report could take its shares off the Nasdaq.

UnitedHealth Gets Subpoenas

The U.S. attorney in New York and the IRS want stock option documents.

Today's Small-Cap Winners and Losers

Today's Small-Cap Winners and Losers

Vitesse falls more than 22% after the chip company fires its CEO.

Vitesse Cashiers CEO

The company is in talks with lenders for more cash.

Today's Early Winners and Losers

LTX takes off after its earnings and outlook come in well above expectations.

Three Top Comverse Tech Execs Resign

The CEO, financial chief and general counsel depart amid a probe into stock option grants.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

Sun sets; UnitedHealth we stand; Lucent lacking; XM static; Merck mockery.

Today's Tech Winners and Losers

NetIQ surges after agreeing to be bought out by a private equity-owned company.

UnitedHealth Promises Changes

The board responds to mounting pressure on the options front.

Vitesse to Restate

The chip company is hammered as an options scandal unfolds.

Caremark's Uncanny Timing

Executives just happened to get a big options grant on the same day the stock set a 2005 low.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

GM milestones; UNH pocket change; mortal Portal; Times tempest; Cisco drills down.

Today's Tech Winners and Losers

Today's Tech Winners and Losers

Bottomline Technologies warns, sending shares sliding 17%.

Today's Early Winners and Losers

Today's Early Winners and Losers

Cymer catches a bid after its first-quarter EPS tops forecasts by a dime.

Vitesse Puts CEO on Leave

Vitesse Puts CEO on Leave

An options pricing scandal could lead to a restatement.

Telecom Leads the Rally

Telecom, particularly opticals, is leading this move.

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': You Cannot Be Sirius

Everyone asks Cramer about the satellite radio outfit, but the best he can say is, 'Don'tBuy.'

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': No Go on XTO Energy

Cramer sees a flat-lining or down future.

Today's Tech Winners and Losers

Today's Tech Winners and Losers

Akamai and Amkor jump after their fourth-quarter results top estimates.

Morton's Makes Statement About Market

The little-changed steakhouse sees its IPO embraced after being shunned not long ago.

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Parboiled Bear

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Parboiled Bear

Cramer, who believes that the rally isn't quite over, slices and dices some bear -- and plays defense.