Fitness equipment company Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE:NLS) is a former market high flier whose wings melted as credit conditions tightened during the lead to the financial crisis. Since the company's stock fell back to Earth and traded at a low of 50 cents per share in March 2009, Nautilus bumped along the bottom for several years in a trading range between around a dollar and $4 per share while management implemented a restructuring strategy to restore the company to profitability. Over the last 30 months, the consequences of these actions began showing up in the stock price as the financial results of Nautilus are clearly demonstrating the effectiveness of management's strategies in the emergence of the highly...
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