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The share price of the home carbonated beverages machine company is up sharply on Wall Street. According to the report on Bloomberg, which is based on sources close the matter, the talks are on an acquisition price of $40 per share.
Here's why investors are right to worry. Stuttering Financial Performance SodaStream posted first-quarter earnings in May, reporting flat revenues of $118 million. Net income came in at $1.78 million, which declined 85% over the same quarter last
SodaStream profit plummets Soros Fund bought $24.3 million worth of SodaStream shares, amounting to 0.3% of the fund's $9.3 billion US stock portfolio, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday. "Bloomberg"
Revenue edged up to $118.2 million for the first quarter from $117.6 million for the corresponding quarter of 2013. Net profit fell almost 90% to $1.8 million ($0.08 per share) from $12.1 million. The analysts' consensus was earnings per share of $0.
The article generated ripples, and SodaStream's share price rose 10.7% on Wednesday to $44.76, giving a market cap of $935 million...Given the $1.1 billion valuation for SodaStream in the talks, the premium has narrowed to 18%. Both SodaStream and
SodaStream has a market cap of $850 million; Starbucks' offer reflects a 30% premium on the market price. Sources close to the deal say that an official announcement will be made soon...The two companies plan to launch a home soda maker machine,
How we got here and where we're going SodaStream puts together a strong performance by racking up five out of seven possible passing grades. Over the past three years, the company's revenue and profit margin have both risen impressively on the back
She said that she was unpersuaded by the fact that the UN, the Red Cross and the International Court of Justice agree that the company's factory in Maaleh Adumim in the West Bank is in contravention of international law. Scarlett Johansson quits
Shares Just as SodaStream 's stock tumbled toward on its 52-week low earlier this week, the company received a boost when Whitney Tilson's hedge fund, Kase Capital, disclosed that it was buying shares. Subsequently, the carbonated beverage maker