Avigilon stock plummets after exit of CFO
Canadian tech darling Avigilon Corp. saw its stock plummet Wednesday after the oddly-timed departure of its CFO and as technology firms across the board watch their shares tumble, including the likes of Twitter and Groupon.
May 8, 2014 By Staff
The Vancouver-based provider of high-definition video management software and cameras saw its stock in Toronto drop $4, down 15.3% to close at $22.11 amid investor concern around its announcement that CFO Bradley Bardua was no longer with the company due to “a personal health issue.”
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