As investors place bets on Cisco's stock, Cisco execs bet on the investors

Peter Burrows

If there was ever a company that seemed to have figured out the mysteries of investor behavior, it was Cisco Systems during its glory days in the 1990s. By beating quarterly estimates by a penny for seemingly years on end, the company managed to keep CSCO shares climbing in a nice predictable pattern: up and to the right.

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