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iRobot Corp.
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iRobot Corp.

iRobot Corporation develops robots for the consumer, military, government security, and law enforcement markets. It operates in two segments, Consumer and Government and Industrial Products. The Consumer segment includes mobile robots used in the maintenance of domestic households sold primarily to retail outlets. The Government and Industrial Products segment offers PackBot line of small, unmanned ground robots and R-Gator, an autonomous unmanned ground vehicle. These robots used by various U.S. and foreign governments, primarily for reconnaissance and bomb disposal missions. The company sells its products to consumers through various distribution channels, including approximately 7,000 retail locations and its online store, and to the U.S. military and other government agencies worldwide. iRobot has strategic alliances with Deere & Company and The Clorox Company. The company was co-founded by Rodney A. Brooks, Colin Angle, and Helen Greiner in 1990. It was formerly known as IS Robotics, Inc. and changed its name to IS Robotics Corporation in 1994. Further, the company changed its name to iRobot Corporation in 2000. iRobot is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.
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80Roomba Maker Needs to Suck Up More Chips iRobot’s shares slide as supply constrGlenn Petersen-February 13
79More than just vacuums: iRobot is building the platform for the robots of the fuGlenn Petersen-8/27/2020
78Rodney Brooks The professor who got robots zipping through the world—and cleaniGlenn Petersen-8/25/2019
77In Play: iRobot's (IRBT) Numbers Revealed crweworld.comstocker22-4/25/2018
76SoftBank Takes Stake in Roomba-Maker iRobot By Giles Turner, Dinesh Nair, Ed HaGlenn Petersen-7/25/2017
75Roomba vacuum maker iRobot betting big on the 'smart' home Jan Wolfe RGlenn Petersen-7/24/2017
74Its a rare stock that I own that skyrockets and I don't have a clue why. Andeeno-5/5/2017
73Stock declining. Fine, Ill buy more: bullish column here on IRobot. richmakesyorichieb-5/20/2012
72ouch, may be time to look at this one again. Think they are doing ANYTHING on tdeeno-2/8/2012
71iRobot Receives Order from the U.S. Army for $35.3 Million Tuesday September 1, JakeStraw-9/1/2009
70I run the new web site. It's about anything related to robotMark Fleming-3/18/2008 (Don't miss the Flytech Dragonfly(tm)!!)GUSTAVE JAEGER-2/7/2008
68only $99deeno-9/29/2007
67I live in California, so unfortunately I won't have any use for one. But whtechlvr-9/28/2007
66Looj Cool, Im buying one take a look at the video link off to the right irobdeeno-9/28/2007
65Very bias Blog, but oh well. Jameel Ahed took the fifth in iRobot Lawsuit deposdeeno-9/20/2007
64never mind found this on a BLOG Robotic FX gets $279 MILLION Robot Order, iRobodeeno-9/17/2007
63anyone have any idea what the news is?deeno-9/17/2007
62To the thread; I found this fascinating reading amazon.comdeeno-8/31/2007
61re: <i>A floor cleaner is not a major must for me. However, I would order Road Walker-3/23/2007
60No doubt there is a strong demand for Robots in consumer business. However, thosGuy-3/23/2007
59I was surprised at the weak consumer business. We have 2 Roombas, and gave a bunRoad Walker-3/22/2007
58"For the same reason I buy any stock. I hope to make some profit on it.&quodeeno-3/22/2007
57For the same reason I buy any stock. I hope to make some profit on it. GrantedRoger W. Bowen-3/22/2007
56why in the world would you buy this thing?deeno-3/22/2007
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