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|Joel Greenblatt 40,272 sh (New)||Jim Simons 209,900 sh (-0.9%)|
Chuck Royce 440,760 sh (-54.16%)
|Jim Simons 232,707 sh (+10.87%)|
Joel Greenblatt 43,121 sh (+7.07%)
|Chuck Royce 440,760 sh (unchged)|
|Mario Gabelli 37,400 sh (New)|
Joel Greenblatt 71,186 sh (+65.08%)
Jim Simons 294,600 sh (+26.6%)
|Chuck Royce 20,000 sh (-95.46%)|
(List those with share number changes of more than 20%, or impact to portfolio more than 0.1%)
|Guru||Date||Trades||Impact to Portfolio||Price Range * (?)||Current Price||Change from Average||Current Shares|
|Joel Greenblatt||2014-03-31||Sold Out||0.05%||$27.92 - $27.99||$ 27.98||0%||0|
|Mario Gabelli||2014-03-31||Sold Out||0.01%||$27.92 - $27.99||$ 27.98||0%||0|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-12-31||Add 65.08%||0.02%||$24.91 - $28.03||$ 27.98||3%||71186|
|Mario Gabelli||2013-12-31||New Buy||0.01%||$24.91 - $28.03||$ 27.98||3%||37400|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-06-30||New Buy||0.04%||$19.1 - $24.67||$ 27.98||22%||40272|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-06-30||Sold Out||0.05%||$16.28 - $19.79||$ 27.98||53%||0|
|Industry:||Communication Equipment » Communication Equipment|
|Compare:||PTFRY, QCOM, CSCO, ERIC, NOK » details|
|Traded in other countries:||AJS.Germany,|
|Anaren, Inc. is incorporated in 1967 in the state of New York. The Company is a provider of microwave components and assemblies for the wireless and space and defense markets. The Company's manufacturing and packaging techniques enable it to cost-effectively produce compact, lightweight microwave products for use in wireless communication and space and defense systems. The Company provides microwave components, assemblies and subsystems to wireless infrastructure equipment manufacturers. Through the use of its Multi-Layer Stripline and ceramic technologies, the Company provides microwave components, assemblies and subsystems that eliminate the need for discrete components and interconnecting cables. These integrated assemblies, which range from simple splitting and combining networks to complete microwave backplanes that distribute microwave signals throughout the base stations, from reception at the antenna, to multiple radios, to multiple amplifiers, and back to the antenna for transmission. The Company's Xinger line of products consists of off-the-shelf surface mount microwave components which provide passive microwave signal distribution functions. Its ferrite components are used in various wireless and defense applications. The Company's resistive product line includes resistors, power terminations, and attenuators for use in high power wireless and medical imaging applications. In addition to its standard products, the Company offers custom signal splitting solutions. Its hybrid matrix assemblies allow customers to effectively reduce the number of amplifiers in its base stations. The Company's ceramic capabilities include etched thick film circuits and low temperature co-fired ceramic circuits built to customer specifications. The Company is a supplier of radar countermeasure subsystems and beamforming networks for use in missile guidance systems, electronic surveillance, radar countermeasures and communications systems. The Company's Multi-Layer Stripline and Ball Grid Array technologies enable the Company to provide customers with highly complex electronic subsystems and beamforming networks that maintain high performance, while reducing size, cost and weight. Defense radar countermeasure subsystems digitally measure, locate and counter enemy radar systems. The Company sells its standard line of Xinger components, resistive components, and ferrite components to original equipment manufacturers and other wireless equipment contract manufacturers. In addition, the Company sells its custom wireless products to major wireless infrastructure original equipment manufacturers. In general, customers have purchased the Company's products directly from the Company or through distributors or sales representatives.|
|Real-Time Reductions with Edward Lampert, Chuck Royce and Howard Marks Dec 05 2013|
|Anaren Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Jan 28 2011|
|Anaren Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Oct 29 2010|
|Anaren Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Apr 30 2010|
|Anaren Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Jan 29 2010|
|Anaren Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Oct 30 2009|
|Anaren Inc. (ANEN) President, CEO and Chairman Lawrence A Sala sells 56,422 Shares Sep 24 2009|
|Anaren Inc. (ANEN) President, CEO and Chairman Lawrence A Sala sells 40,000 Shares Sep 22 2009|
|Anaren Inc. (ANEN) President, CEO and Chairman Lawrence A Sala sells 10,000 Shares Sep 21 2009|
|Anaren Inc. (ANEN) President, CEO and Chairman Lawrence A Sala sells 20,000 Shares Sep 17 2009|