New Hampshire Business Review - August 10 2012

iCAD issues 1-to-5 reverse split

In the wake of a disappointing earnings release, iCAD issued a one-to-five reverse split Wednesday after trading hours to avoid being delisted from the NASDAQ exchange. The Nashua-based medical imaging company made the expected announcement 10 days before NASDAQ would…

GTAT posts rare quarterly setback

The slowdown in the solar industry -- particularly in China -- has finally caught up to GT Advanced Technologies, according to the company's last quarterly filing, which explained in detail why sales plummeted and profit margins shrank. The company --…

Sturm Ruger sales soar in 2Q

Sturm Ruger & Co. was getting so many gun orders that it couldn't build them fast enough last quarter, and its quarterly numbers reflect that. Even after suspending orders for the first two-thirds of the quarter the gun manufacturer sold nearly $120 million of firearms, up by half compared to the second quarter of 2011.