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Second quarter revenues remained flat at $8.4 million for Clean Diesel Technologies compared to 2016 but net losses increased to $385,000. The Oxnard-based company makes emissions control technology for diesel vehicles. A cost cutting initiative helped bring operating expenses down to $2.3 million for the quarter ended June 30, less than half what they were Read More →
Oxnard-based Clean Diesel Technologies reported a drop in first quarter revenue year-over-year and an increase in its net loss to $3.1 million. The emissions control technology company launched new private label programs in North America and removed some product offerings. Revenues fell 15 percent, from $9.7 million in the first quarter of 2016, to $8.2 Read More →
Clean Diesel Technologies reported a $23.5 million net loss March 31, equal to $3.84 per share, for its fiscal year 2016, on revenues of $36.8 million, down 7 percent from $39.7 million in 2015. Fourth quarter revenues for the Oxnard maker of vehicle products fell from $9.7 million in 2015 to $8.6 million in 2016, Read More →
Clean Diesel Technologies’ chief financial officer will resign and the company will conduct a reverse stock split as it tries to stay listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange. Oxnard-based Clean Diesel Technologies, which makes diesel emission control systems for diesel powered vehicles, said in a June 1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that Read More →
Clean Diesel Technologies beat analyst revenue estimates, but missed net-loss-per share estimates in first quarter results released before markets opened May 13. Oxnard-based Clean Diesel Technologies makes diesel emission control systems for cars and other diesel powered vehicles. Revenue of $9.7 million beat analyst estimates of $8.77 million, according to S&P Capital IQ, but still Read More →
Oxnard-based Clean Diesel Technologies received a delisting notice from the Nasdaq Feb. 12 because it’s stock price was not above the $1 minimum listing price. Clean Diesel Technologies makes diesel emission control systems for cars and other diesel powered vehicles. The company made the announcement in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission after Read More →