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Autobytel Earnings Call, Fourth Quarter 2007
10th July 2008 00:00 AM
The Internet automotive marketing firm is in a bid to strengthen traffic quality across its properties while simplifying its cost structure.
Autobytel reported a decline in revenue of 8% from $20.4 million in 2006 to $18.9 million primarily as a result of the strategic elimination of low quality traffic sources. The firm also reported an improvement in the loss from continuing operations of 31% from a loss of $9.1 million in 2006 versus $6.3 million due to lower advertising revenue and by higher sales and marketing costs related to MyRide.com.
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Autobytel Earnings Call, Third Quarter 2006
10th July 2008 00:00 AM
The ongoing priority is to drive higher margins and leverage the power of new media for consumers and network dealers.
The online automotive marketplace firm reported revenue of $28.2 million, down 8% from $30.6 million in 2005 as average revenue per purchase request continued to decline. As a result, the loss position deteriorated to $7.9 million or 19 cents a share compounded by higher expenses. Autobytel continues to work intently to launch new products and services that will transform the Automotive Internet, while improving the company''s infrastructure and expense structure.
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Autobytel Earnings Call, Second Quarter 2006
10th July 2008 00:00 AM
Despite increasing the number of dealers in the network, revenues from purchase requests dipped as focus initiatives was to improve lead quality.
The online automotive firm had sales of $29 million, down 6% from $31 million in 2005 as sales from lead fees fell 10%. The net loss position, as a result, weakened 141% to $7.9 million or 19 cents a share, exacerbated by a higher cost structure. However, the firm achieved several goals such as realignment of internal resources, increasing the number of retail dealers while driving higher revenue per purchase request, and enhancing the leadership team.
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Autobytel Earnings Call, First Quarter 2006
10th July 2008 00:00 AM
The firm will take action to capture synergies and integration opportunities between business units to create an enhanced value for customers.
The Internet automotive marketing services company reported a net loss of $8.5 million or 20 cents a share, from $2.8 million or 7 cents a share in 2005 as revenues dropped 13% to $29.1 million from $33.3 billion in the prior year due to lower average revenue per lead. Results were also impacted by additional costs from stock-based compensation cost due to the option of FAS 123R, increased cost due to timing, hired legal cost for enforcement of patents, as well as additional setup costs.
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Autobytel Earnings Call, Full Year 2005
10th July 2008 00:00 AM
The financial condition was impacted by expenses not related to the core business, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, as competition heated up.
The Internet automotive marketing services firm had revenues of $125 million, up 3% from $122 million in 2004 on growth in revenue from advertising and CRM services. However, increased expenses related to compliance with regulation resulted in the loss position deteriorating to $6.3 million or 15 cents a share, from $5.8 million or 13 cents a share in 2004. Maintaining focus on innovative solutions while striving for growth is critical to sustaining Autobytel''s footprint in the industry.
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Autobytel First Quarter Earnings Call
17th May 2007 00:00 AM
Profit increased to $5.6 million after a loss of $8.5 million last year helped by the settlement of a patent-infringement lawsuit.
The online automotive services firmís revenue totaled $28.4 million compared with $28.3 million in the prior-year period and up 6% from $26.8 million in Q4 2006. Net income includes a $9.9 million gain related to a settlement with Dealix Corp. and a $2.3 million gain from the January 2007 sale of the company''''''''s Automotive Information Center business. For 2007, expenditures around the development of MyRide.com would be in the $5 million to $7 million range.
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