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February 2nd, 2004

Nano Buzz at Keithley

Abstract:
Ah, the magic of a prefix. Thanks to the two following little syllables, "nano," I recently tuned in to the buzz around a small maker of measuring instruments for the semiconductor and wireless industries, Keithley Instruments. "Nano," of course, is Greek for "100% increase in market cap." But a recent newspaper article describing Keithley's nano-prospects provided only a modest (and quickly reversed) boost to the company's stock price.

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