3 Things to Watch When Corning Reports
Get ready, Corning shareholders! Your company reports earnings on Tuesday, July 30.
Considering the incredible reach and size of this 163-year-old, $22.5 billion business, there will be plenty of new information for all of us to digest to help determine whether Corning is worth our hard-earned investing dollars.
To help get you started, Fool contributor Steve Symington offers three things you should watch with Corning's earnings announcement in the video below, including how to see whether the company's turnaround is progressing, any updates regarding its exciting new products, and Corning's efforts to return capital to shareholders.
What do you think? Please watch the video below to get Steve's full take, then let us know whether there's anything else you're watching for in Corning's earnings.
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