Olstein Media Center


Unloved, but Cash Rich

In this 'Mutual Fund Snapshot' feature, Eric Heyman discusses the Olstein Strategic Opportunities Fund emphasis on a company's ability to generate free cash flow.

Why Entegris Could Clean Up

Eric Heyman describes the growth potential for this undervalued semiconductor equipment and materials company.

Harman Pumps Up the Volume

Bob Olstein discusses sources of value in Jack Willoughby's profile of Harman International.

Macy's Biggest Bargain: It's Shares

Bob Olstein discusses Macy's ability to generate free cash flow in Barron's profile of the retailer's operating turnaround.

Finally, Some Stocks Look like Bargains

In this feature interview, Robert Olstein discusses investment opportunities in beaten-down stocks with sterling prospects for free cash flow generation.

A New Day at RadioShack

Robert Olstein comments on the turnaround in company operations and performance at RadioShack under the leadership of its new CEO and Chairman.


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