Itron Authorizes New $50 Million Buyback Program

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Smart meter maker Itronannounced that its board of directors has authorized a new $50 million share-repurchase program to be effected over the next 12 months. 

Saying the buyback underscores Itron's commitment to increasing shareholder while showing a belief in its long-term growth potential, President and CEO Philip Mezey said, "While we are significantly investing in our future, we are also pleased that our strong financial profile allows us the opportunity to repurchase shares."

Itron just completed in February a previous repurchase plan that saw 2 million shares valued at $77 million bought back. The new plan is effective immediately and can be commenced or suspended from time to time.


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