Integer misses expectations on Q2 profits, but grows revenue

Medical device contract manufacturing giant Integer Holdings Co. (NYSE: ITGR) reported a mixed bag when it came to second-quarter results. Nearly two years after Greatbatch and Lake Region Medical merged to create Frisco, Texas–based Integer, sales are growing, but second-quarter profits did not meet analysts’ expectations, according to earnings released yesterday evening. Integer earned $3.0

Integer interim CEO gets ‘interim’ removed from title

Medical device contract manufacturing giant Integer Holdings Co. said today that interim CEO Joseph Dziedzic will take over the company for good. Dziedzic is a former Integer board member who took over in March after Thomas Hook stepped down from the top spot. He’s entered into a new three-year employment agreement with the Frisco, Texas–based

Integer Holdings schedules Q1 earnings release for May 8

Integer Holdings (NYSE:ITGR)  said last week it will release its 1st quarter earnings on May 8th, scheduled to be released after the market closes. The release will be followed by a conference call with the management of the company, according to a press release. Read the whole story on our sister site,

Integer Holdings shares dip after Q4 earnings report

Shares in Integer Holdings (NYSE:ITGR) dropped today after the medical device maker released 4th quarter and full year 2016 earnings that beat earnings per share expectations but missed on revenue.  The Frisco, Texas-based company—a major U.S. medical device contract manufacturer—posted profits of $7.9 million, or 25¢ per share, on sales of $359.6 million for the 3 months ended

Greatbatch rebrands as Integer Holdings

Greatbatch (NYSE:GB) said late last month it is rebranding to Integer Holdings Corporation, with the name change going into effect July 1. The rebranding included a shift of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange, which will now trade under the ticker symbol “ITGR”, the company said. “The distinctive Integer brand represents a substantially