ALSO READ: Ten Brands That Will Disappear in 2014 GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (GTAT) stock rose 180% in the past year. The maker of the machines that solar companies use to make their own cells, modules, and panels announced …
GT Advanced Technologies, the company Apple currently relies on for ... This didn't happen, though, and it sent GT's stock price sliding downward even before yesterday's bankruptcy filing pushed it off a cliff. Now The Wall Street Journal …
(See note at the very end of column to find out which stock is the tops in the S&P 1500.) Nope. It's a company that many of you have probably never heard of called GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT). Why is it doing so well? I can tell you …
Billionaires Portfolio: Yesterday, GT Advanced Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:GTAT) declared bankruptcy sending the stock down more than 90% in one day. 99% of every person who read this news went on with their day thinking to themselves …
... the business of Thermal Technology LLC for purchase consideration consisting of approximately 3.4 million shares of GTAT common stock and an earn out. Located in Santa Rosa, CA, Thermal Technology develops and sells a wide …
Apple has promised to help employees at its sapphire display supplier ... which makes screen covers for the iPhone with its Gorilla Glass. GTAT's stock had been rising on speculation that Apple would use sapphire on the iPhone 6. After it …
Apple is expected to show off larger iPhones with scratch-resistant sapphire glass screens. Shares of GTAT have pulled back a bit from late June. But the stock is still up more than 100% for the year. Matt Margolis, a senior analyst with …
GT Advanced Technologies (Nasdaq: GTAT) (OTCBB: GTATQ) announced that it will not pursue an appeal of the determination by The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC ("NASDAQ") to suspend trading in the Company's common stock …
inclusive (the "Class Period") purchased or otherwise acquired publicly traded GT Advanced Technologies Inc. ("GTAT") …
GT Advanced Technologies, the maker of ultra-durable sapphire displays, lost over 25% of its market value over the course of 48 hours last month — but not before the company's CEO sold 9,000 shares of GT stock, according to the Wall …