Financial Statements

Acacia Research Corporation

Acacia Research Corporation (ACTG)


Income Statement

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Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Earnings Per Share Basic -0.381.050.531.26-1.18-1.37-3.25-1.080.44-2.10
Net Profit Margin -
Earnings Per Share Diluted -0.380.970.511.24-1.18-1.37-3.25-1.080.44-2.10
Revenue 67.34131.83172.26250.73130.56130.88125.04152.7065.40131.51
Weighted Average Shares Outstanding 31.8534.8639.7447.2548.1648.6649.5150.0850.5049.97
Gross Profit 21.6772.74128.53224.70100.83110.21106.58129.9760.4596.34
Weighted Average Shares Outstanding (Diluted) 29.9132.3141.2648.0648.1648.6649.5150.0850.6949.97
Sales, General and Administrative Expense 21.0725.0735.6954.0859.2348.5538.1832.9226.0318.85
Dividend per Share ----
Operating Income -5.7338.6230.2680.41-82.93-62.16-152.62-37.41-27.27-24.81
Gross Margin 0.320.550.750.900.770.840.850.850.920.73
Earnings before Tax -11.0835.7930.3581.35-80.80-62.75-152.68-36.6124.64-103.67
EBITDA Margin -0.090.330.230.48-0.22-0.04-0.79-0.02-0.080.02
Net Income -11.2934.0521.1159.45-56.43-66.03-160.04-54.0722.18-105.03
EBIT Margin -
Net Income - Discounted ops ----------
Profit Margin -
Preferred Dividends ----------
Free Cash Flow margin
R&D Expenses 1.692.124.344.943.253.843.393.081.19-
Interest Expense ----------
Earnings Before Tax Margin -
Consolidated Income -11.2934.0521.1159.45-56.43-66.03-160.04-54.0722.18-105.03
EBIT -11.0835.7930.2680.41-82.93-62.16-152.62-37.41-27.27-24.81
EBITDA -6.3242.8140.11119.58-29.04-4.61-99.33-3.05-5.032.33
Income Tax Expense 0.211.748.7122.06-21.963.914.8018.192.961.18
Operating Expenses 27.3934.1249.7898.05116.14109.6494.6370.2149.3745.97
Cost of Revenue 45.6759.0943.7326.0329.7220.6718.4622.734.9535.17
Net Income Com -11.2934.0521.1159.45-56.43-66.03-160.04-54.0722.18-105.03
Net Income - Non-Controlling int ----------

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