Fairfield, CT (February 2, 2007) - Competitive Technologies, Inc. (AMEX: CTT), announced today that shareholders have supported the installation of a new slate of directors proposed by the Committee to Restore Stockholder Value. The newly-elected Board of Directors has taken control at CTT, and has returned CTT to the successful leadership of John B. Nano as President and Chief Executive Officer.
At CTT's Annual Meeting held today at the American Stock Exchange, results of the recent proxy solicitation affirmed that a quorum was present at the reconvened meeting, and that a majority of shareholders voted for the Committee's slate of Directors which includes Mr. Nano, plus Ben Marcovitch, William L. Reali, Joel M. Evans, MD, Richard D. Hornidge, Jr., and Ralph S. Torello. Today's meeting was reconvened from the original date of January 16, 2007.
In a statement, Mr. Nano said, "We thank CTT's shareholders for their vote of support. The new team is dedicated to delivering on our commitment to drive revenue growth, improve profitability, and significantly increase shareholder value. This group brings with it a strong background of business experience, a successful track record in managing growth and complementary management expertise. We look forward to working for the CTT shareholders."
About Competitive Technologies
Competitive Technologies, established in 1968, is a full service technology transfer and licensing provider focused on the technology needs of its customers and transforming those requirements into commercially viable solutions. CTT is a global leader in identifying, developing and commercializing innovative technologies in life, electronic, nano, and physical sciences developed by universities, companies and inventors. CTT maximizes the value of intellectual assets for the benefit of its customers, clients and shareholders. Visit CTT's website: http://www.competitivetech.net
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