GTAT  GT Advanced Technologies Inc.







Market Cap.


Vuru Grade


Current Price

+0.0000 (+0.0000%)

Growth Price

Undervalued by 1,285.80%

Stability Price

Undervalued by 666.78%

Company Metrics

  • P/E 3.37
  • P/S 0.39
  • P/B 0.28
  • EPS -1.563
  • Cash ROIC 133.91%
  • Cash Ratio 2.84
  • Dividend 0 / 0%
  • Avg. Vol. 25.06M
  • Shares 122.48M
  • Market Cap. 60.1M

Company Description

GT Advanced Technologies Inc., formerly GT Solar International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a global provider of polysilicon production technology and multicrystalline ingot growth systems and related photovoltaic manufacturing services for the solar industry, and sapphire growth systems and material for the light emitting diode (LED) and other specialty markets. The Company’s customers i... more

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GT Advanced Pursues $80 Million Loan to Exit Bankruptcy
Wall Street Journal - Nov 30, 2015
GT Advanced Technologies Inc. has lined up $80 million worth of financing to help it get out of a bankruptcy after its messy breakup with Apple Inc. The equipment manufacturer was enlisted to supply sapphire screen material for Apple on a large scale ...
Failed Apple supplier GT Advanced looks to exit bankruptcy with $80M financing - Apple Insider
GTAT Secures $80M Financing Plan For Ch. 11 Exit - Law360 (subscription)
GT Advanced Technologies emerges from bankruptcy
New Hampshire Business Review - Mar 24, 2016
Merrimack-based GT Advanced Technologies Inc. has emerged from bankruptcy, led by its current CEO, and leaving its former creditors with little and its former shareholders with nothing.
GT Advanced Technologies gets a new chief executive
The Union Leader - Oct 5, 2016
“The solar industry is at an inflection point, where significant cost-down opportunities have reached their limits, and the market needs technologies that deliver ever greater efficiency,” Knight said in a news release. “GT's unique positioning in ...
Local contractors targeted by GT Advanced Technologies lawsuits
New Hampshire Business Review - Sep 14, 2016
GT Advanced Technologies Inc. is suing local construction contractors for hundreds of thousands of dollars and might sue its former officers as well in an attempt to collect a bit more money to distribute to other creditors.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Apple vendor GT Advanced Technology suing Arizona Commerce ...
Phoenix Business Journal - Oct 6, 2016
GT Advanced Technologies took over a vacant 1 million-square-foot, never-used First Solar manufacturing facility in east Mesa in a highly touted win for the Valley.
Inside Apple's Broken Sapphire Factory
Wall Street Journal - Nov 19, 2014
Shortly before 7 a.m. Pacific time on Oct. 6, the chief executive of GT Advanced Technologies Inc. called an Apple Inc. vice president with bad news: GT, which was to supply Apple with superhard sapphire screens for its new iPhones, had filed for ...
GT Advanced Tech creditors chafe at settlement deal with Apple - Reuters
Apple Sticking With Arizona Plan After Supplier Falters - Bloomberg
Understanding GT Advanced Technology, Inc.'s Bankruptcy
Motley Fool - Oct 6, 2014
On October 31, 2013, GTAT Corporation ("GTAT"), a wholly owned subsidiary of GT Advanced Technologies Inc, and Apple ("Apple") entered into a Master Development and Supply Agreement and related Statement of Work (the "MDSA"), pursuant to which ...
Severe Breakdown In Apple Relationship Cripples GT Advanced Technologies ... - Forbes
Apple Sapphire Supplier GT Advanced Files for Bankruptcy - Bloomberg
GT Advanced Technologies Provides Update on Recent Fire at Former Sapphire ...
GlobeNewswire (press release) - Jun 1, 2015
MERRIMACK, N.H., June 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GT Advanced Technologies Inc., (OTC:GTATQ), today provided an update on the recent fire that occurred at the company's former sapphire manufacturing facility located in Mesa, Arizona, which GT ...
GT Advanced Technologies Inc To Cut Global Workforce
ValueWalk - Sep 1, 2015
GT Advanced Technologies disclosed in July that it was able to secure a $95 million debtor-in-possession term-loan facility.
Apple's former supplier cuts 40% of its workforce - Fortune
Former Apple Supplier GT Advanced to Cut 40% of Workforce - Wall Street Journal
Gutierrez resigns as CEO of embattled GT Advanced Technologies
New Hampshire Business Review - Aug 10, 2015
Tom Gutierrez resigned as CEO of GT Advanced Technologies on Monday and will be replaced at the bankrupt company by David Keck, who ran the company's solar divisions.
GT Advanced Technologies Appoints David Keck as CEO; Current CEO Tom Gutierrez ... - GlobeNewswire (press release)
GT Advanced CEO Gutierrez resigns - Seeking Alpha