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Investor To Juniper: 7 Changes You Should Make Right Now

Hedge fund and Juniper investor Elliott Management is calling for big changes, and significant cost-cuts, at Juniper. Here are 7 steps Elliott Management says Juniper should take now to get back on track.

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An Investor's Call To Action

On Jan. 13, one day before Juniper Networks kicked off its third annual Global Partner Conference in Las Vegas, hedge fund and Juniper Investor Elliott Management filed a report with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. That report, at its most basic level, called for Juniper to make some serious changes -- and soon.

Elliott Management, which holds a 6.2 percent investment stake in Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Juniper, outlined several steps Juniper should take to reduce operating expenses, streamline its product portfolio, and, overall, become a leaner, better version of itself. "Our conclusion from [our] analysis is that Juniper's assets are valuable and strategic and that the business possesses several fundamental upside drivers over the medium-term but that its future will be increasingly difficult if Juniper continues with its existing strategy," Elliott Management wrote in a PDF presentation accompanying the SEC filing.

Here are 7 steps Elliot Management said Juniper should take now to put it "back on the path towards success."

 
 
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