SeekingAlpha  Apr 3  Comment 
By Adam Gefvert: Last quarter's earnings and guidance were extremely dismal for LeapFrog (LF). The stock fell to 52 week lows at $6.10 in February. Now that it has rebounded since then, I researched the company to see if things will get better or...
SeekingAlpha  Mar 18  Comment 
By Aurium Investments: LeapFrog (LF) shares are hovering close to their 52-week lows, after the company reported weak Q4 performance with a 24% decline in sales driven by very high levels of discounting on its most popular Leappad2 line of...
Benzinga  Mar 11  Comment 
LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: LF) announced today that Joanna Rees has joined the company's board of directors. "We are very excited that Joanna is joining our board," said William Chiasson, LeapFrog Chairman. "Her experience in investing...
TheStreet.com  Feb 13  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- LeapFrog Enterprises  was falling 9.8% to $6.35 on Thursday morning after the educational entertainment company issued guidance for the fiscal year 2014 that was less than analysts' expectations. For the full year,...
Benzinga  Feb 13  Comment 
LeapFrog Enterprises (NYSE: LF) shares reached a new 52-week low of $6.305 after the company reported Q4 results. The Medicines Company (NASDAQ: MDCO) shares touched a new 52-week low of $28.47 after the company reported that the FDA CRDAC...
SeekingAlpha  Feb 13  Comment 
LeapFrog Enterprises Inc (LF) Q4 2013 Results Earnings Conference Call February 12, 2014 / 5:00 P.M. E.T. Executives Karen Sansot – Senior Director, IR John Barbour – CEO Ray Arthur –...
StreetInsider.com  Feb 12  Comment 
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Headquartered in California, LeapFrog Enterprises (LF) is a leading provider of technology-based learning products and proprietary content.

Business and Financials

The company designs and develops educational products, as well as related interactive software and content, under multiple product platforms, including the LeapFrog, LeapPad, Leapster, and Quantum Leap brands. The company's product lines include (1) learning platforms (affordable hardware devices), (2) educational software-based content (interactive books and cartridges), and (3) stand-alone educational products. The products are sold through national, regional, and specialty retailers in the U.S. and are distributed in over 25 countries worldwide. In addition to home use, LeapFrog also develops instructional materials for classroom use through its SchoolHouse division.

LeapFrog operates in three business segments: (1) U.S. Consumer, (2) International, and (3) Education and Training. In the U.S. Consumer segment, the company markets and sells its products directly to national and regional mass-market and specialty retailers as well as to other retail stores through sales representatives. In the International division, the company sells its products outside the U.S. directly to retailers and through various distribution and strategic arrangements. The Education and Training division is focused on the pre-kindergarten through 8th grade school market in the United States and sells directly to educational institutions, teacher supply stores, and educational product catalogs. In 2006, the U.S. Consumer segment accounted for 70% of the company's net sales. The International segment and SchoolHouse division (the Education and Training segment) accounted for 23% and 7% of net sales, respectively.

LeapFrog's (LF) second-quarter net loss was $20.6 million, or 32 cents per share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $28 million, or 44 cents per share. Sales rose 22% to $68.3 million, boosted by the Tag reading system and gaming systems Leapster2 and Didj


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