18.14 +0.14 (0.78%)
Pre-market: 8:00AM EST
|Bid||18.14 x 500|
|Ask||18.49 x 500|
|Day's range||17.29 - 18.74|
|52-week range||6.91 - 33.50|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||7 Aug 2017 - 11 Aug 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||35.27|
NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of Enbridge Energy Management LLC (NYSE:EEQ), Glacier Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:GBCI), Energous Corporation (NASDAQ:WATT), Aratana Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:PETX), Destination Maternity Corporation (NASDAQ:DEST), and Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ:SMCI), including updated fundamental summaries, consolidated fiscal reporting, and fully-qualified certified analyst research.
Following Energous’s (WATT) appearance this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the startup, which is promoting wireless charging via radio frequency emission, has had a couple of surprises for investors. Energous, which is $444 million in market cap, said it intends to raise up to $40 million with the help of Raymond James. This revelation follows the announcement yesterday that the company’s founder and CTO, Michael Leabman, will leave his full-time position and become a contractor to the company, in order to work on personal projects and spend more time with family.
As mentioned earlier, Energous (WATT), the maker of technology for wireless power, filed an 8-K filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission saying its founder and chief technology officer, Michael Leabman, will go from being a full-time employee to a contractor. This announcement followed my meeting yesterday with Energous CEO Steve Rizzone, so there was no discussion of the matter between us. With the recent FCC certification, the shipment of Energous’ first silicon chips for revenue and the release of the first fully integrated WattUp product for sale to the consumer, Michael has decided to step back from his current role and engage with the company on a different level, which allows him to focus on personal endeavors and spend more time with his family.
“We got over our skis,” concedes Steve Rizzone, the chief executive of wireless power startup Energous (WATT) over breakfast at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Energous was in town to show off its technology to prospective customers inside the suite of Dialog Semiconductor (DLG), an investor in Energous and its manufacturing partner for its wireless chips. “We went sideways a bunch of times,” was Rizzone's way of phrasing that over many years at the show, Energous had missed promised time frames for shipping its RF-based transceivers in consumer products.
Energous Corporation , the developer of WattUp®, a revolutionary wire-free, power-at-a-distance charging technology, today announced that Stephen R. Rizzone, President and CEO, will present a company overview ...
Excitement about the company's disruptive wireless charging technology moved shares sharply. Speculation about its prospects is likely to move Energous' stock up -- and even down -- a lot in 2018.
LONDON--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- FCC approval validates WattUp(R) over-the-air wireless charging enabling Dialog to accelerate chip set mass production Dialog Semiconductor plc (XETRA: DLG), a provider of highly ...
DGAP-News: Dialog Semiconductor Plc. / Key word(s): Product Launch/Miscellaneous08.01.2018 / 13:50 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.
Energous Corporation , the developer of WattUp®, a revolutionary wire-free, power-at-a-distance charging technology, today announced new WattUp chipsets with manufacturing partner Dialog Semiconductor, ...
Energous Corporation , the developer of WattUp®, a revolutionary wire-free, power-at-a-distance charging technology, today announced that consumers can now pre-order WattUp-enabled products with Myant ...
Review | Dates to Watch For | Follow Up | U.S. Economic Calendar | Consensus Estimates | Coming Earnings | Coming U.S. Auctions Someone heard Martha Stewart’s plea. Some years ago, the doyenne of domesticity stood up at a tech conference and showed off the tangle of computer plugs and cables she had to carry, begging someone among the digerati to please do something about the mess. The tech world has since come up with wireless charging pads, including one for Apple’s iPhone X, but a small Silicon Valley company is taking it a step further.
To recap, the company Tuesday evening issued a press release after market close saying it won Federal Communications Commission certification of its “mid-field” transmitter. After contacting the FCC, contacting Energous, listening to a conference call by Energous, and reading the note today from William Gibson of Roth Capital, a few things are clear. The FCC has, indeed, issued the certification, which I received a copy of in email.
Shares of Energous have more than tripled this week ahead of the company's trip to the Consumer Electronics Show.
After receiving certification for a promising product, the wireless-charging specialist was the recipient of some kind words on Wall Street.
Shares of Energous (WATT), the company that promises to charge things without cables via RF power, continue their amazing run since announcing Tuesday afternoon that the company received Federal Communications Commission approval for a version of its transceiver technology. The stock gets one of its first response notes from the Street today, with Roth Capital’s William Gibson reiterating his Buy rating on the shares, and raising his price target to $45.80 from a prior $22.80, writing that now "it is all about execution and the number of devices using WattUp chips in 2018 and 2019." This “mid-field” transceiver, powering devices at up to three feet away, should find its way into the first shipping products in Q1, Gibson thinks, with the company generating revenue of $100,000, up from $30,000 in Q4 of this year.
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite closed up fractionally at 6,939.34, lifted a little bit by a minor rebound in shares of Apple (AAPL) after they sold off yesterday on rumors of cuts to iPhone production orders, rumors that analysts questioned. Apple closed up 3 cents at $170.60. Suppliers to Apple rose, with Lumentum Holdings (LITE), a big decliner yesterday, closing higher by 35 cents, or 0.7%, at $50.05, and Universal Display (OLED) closing up $5.75, or 3.4%, at $176.35 The other bit of Apple news still circulating, aside from production rumors, is the talk of lawsuits that have been filed over the company’s disclosure last week that it had tuned some iOS code to limit processor speeds in some older iPhones to mitigate threats from failing batteries.
U.S. stocks eked out a slight gain on Wednesday, as advances in some major technology stocks offset losses in energy and helped keep major indexes just above the unchanged mark. The S&P technology index ...
Shares of several of the investing social media world???s favorite stocks--including Energous (WATT) and Longfin (LFIN)--moved higher on Wednesday morning. Check out why these companies, along with three others, had investors excited today!