TASER CEO, Rick Smith discusses his company's strong Q3 earnings in an exclusive interview with TheStreet's Janet Al-Saad. TASER stock surged over 10 percent in intraday trading on Q3 earnings of $0.14 cents a share which handily beat analyst estimates of $0.09 a share. Robust growth of over 25 percent in the core weapons business was complemented by over 150 percent revenue increases in the AXON body camera and Evidence.com cloud-based evidence management systems. As high-profile law enforcement incidents such as recent events in Ferguson, Missouri have drawn attention to an increased need for evidence transparency, TASER is poised to reap the benefits through its new AXON and Evidence.com offerings. TheStreet's Janet Al-Saad reports from New York.
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