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January 6, 2014
05:31 EDTCAMTCamtek CEO Roy Porat to step down, Rafi Amit to return as CEO
Camtek announced that Camtek's current CEO, Roy Porat, has informed the board of his decision to step down from his position. The board has decided to appoint Rafi Amit, Camtek's current Active Chairman, as the new CEO, following a transition period. Rafi Amit, who is one of Camtek's founders, previously served as CEO until August 2010.
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December 9, 2014
09:21 EDTCAMTOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: AutoZone (AZO), up 3.8%... Burlington Stores (BURL), up 3.3%. ALSO HIGHER: bluebird bio (BLUE), up 56.5% after price target raised at Piper Jaffray and SunTrust... Camtek (CAMT), up 6.7% after being awarded a $2.8M order from a semiconductor manufacturer... PDC Energy (PDCE), up 5.8% after providing fiscal 2015 production guidance... Mast Therapeutics (MSTX), up 3.1% after reporting that it will begin recruiting patients for MST-188 study in first half of fiscal 2015... Idera Pharmaceuticals (IDRA), up 1.4% after announcing data for its lead product candidate, IMO-8400. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: UTi Worldwide (UTIW), down 10.8%... CONN'S (CONN), down 35.9% after reporting third quarter results, withdrawing fiscal 2015 guidance, stating that there is no timetable set for completion of strategic alternatives, and announcing the departure of its CFO. ALSO LOWER: Apple (AAPL), down 1.6% after Pacific Crest says that weak iPad demand could cause Apple to miss estimates and following a Wall Street Journal report that a judge denied Apple's efforts to throw out iPod pricing lawsuit... Allied Nevada Gold (ANV), down 30.1% after announcing pricing of common stock and warrant offering... United Continental (UAL), down 2.7% after reporting November traffic.
07:47 EDTCAMTCamtek awarded $2.8M order from leading semiconductor manufacturer
Camtek announced that it has been selected by a leading semiconductor manufacturer as the supplier of choice to provide systems for defect detection and metrology of advanced packaging applications. Initial orders from Camtek's new Eagle product line totaling $2.8M have been received and the installation of these systems will be completed in the coming weeks.

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