Today, Andrew discusses industrial conglomerate Corning (NYS: GLW) . The company failed on some previous products despite investor optimistism, but it looks like enthusiasm is growing again for the some of the company's next generation of products, most notably its Gorilla Glass. It does carry some exciting potential, with partner companies soon to release new products that use Corning products, but Andrew views it as a hold until the company can show positive earnings growth in consecutive quarters.
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