Corning stock always seems cheap and now looks especially compelling after its big drop on second-quarter earnings, which fell 39%. They met estimates, but the main weakness continues to be revenue. With Apple selling 26 million iPhones, you might expect Corning to get a boost, but the turnaround still has not come.
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