Who are Rudolph’s customers?
Rudolph’s customers are major logic, ASIC, and memory chip manufacturers. All of the top ten device manufacturers use Rudolph’s systems, as well as more than 50 others worldwide, representing most of the major semiconductor fabrication plants and foundries. A large percentage of Rudolph’s revenue is derived from customers outside the US.
When did Rudolph go public?
Rudolph went public on November 12, 1999. The offering price was $16. The number of common stock shared offered, excluding over-allotments, was 4.8 million.
Have there been any follow-on offerings? When?
Rudolph had a follow-on offering on February 15, 2001. The offering price was $45. The number of common stock shares offered, excluding over-allotments, was 1 million.
Which firms/analysts are currently following Rudolph?
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What is Rudolph’s ticker symbol?
Rudolph stock symbol is RTEC.
On what exchange does RTEC trade?
The common shares trade on NYSE.
How many Rudolph shares are outstanding?
As of March 31, 2015, diluted weighted average shares outstanding for the quarter were 32,549,315.
Do corporate insiders use Rule 10b5-1 Trading Plans?
Yes, corporate insiders use these Trading Plans to facilitate liquidity and to achieve diversification goals.
How many independent Board members does Rudolph have?
There are seven board members, six of whom are independent. Their names and biographical information are located in the most recent Proxy Statement filed with the SEC.
Who are Rudolph’s independent auditors?
The auditors are Ernst & Young, LLP.
How can I get copies of Rudolph’s SEC filings?
Copies of Rudolph’s SEC filings can be found at the SEC web site.
Where is Rudolph incorporated?
Rudolph is incorporated in the state of Delaware.
Where is Rudolph headquartered? Where are the Company’s other operations?
Rudolph’s corporate headquarters are located at:
One Rudolph Road, P.O. Box 1000, Flanders, NJ 07836
Offices are maintained in Massachusetts (USA), Minnesota (USA), New York (USA), Texas (USA), Washington (USA), the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan and China.
Who is Rudolph’s transfer agent and registrar and how can I reach them?
Rudolph’s transfer agent and registrar is the American Stock Transfer & Trust Company. They can be contacted at http://www.amstock.com/
How do I contact Rudolph if I have other questions?
Questions can be addressed to the following:
Attention Investor Relations Department
Rudolph Technologies, Inc.
One Rudolph Road
P.O. Box 1000
Flanders, New Jersey 07836
Fax (973) 691-4863
Or can be e-mailed to investor relations
How can I buy shares of RTEC stock?
You may purchase shares of RTEC stock through a registered stockbroker or through a financial institution that provides brokerage services. Shares cannot be purchased directly from the company.