What's Eating Cisco? 10 Clues All Is Not Well

Stock Decline

Stock price isn't the only indication of a publicly-traded company's health, but it's certainly telling. And lately, Cisco's hasn't been much to write home about, with shares of Cisco down more than 15 percent from the end of calendar 2010, and about 30 percent this year versus a year ago. On Feb. 10, the day after Cisco released its financial results for Q2, its stock price fell more than $3, hitting its lowest level since July 2009 and continuing to erode over the following month and a half.


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