Following the guidance-driven bloodletting seen today, BMO thinks NetApp (NTAP -12.3%) could be...


Following the guidance-driven bloodletting seen today, BMO thinks NetApp (NTAP -12.3%) could be a buyout target. The networked storage giant is now worth just ~$6.5B and trades at just ~5x free cash flow after backing out net cash. FBN, which is upgrading NetApp, feels the same way, and believes gross margin improvement and layoffs could result in guidance being conservative. (more on NTAP) (transcript)

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