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iRobot: Why Your House Will Never Be the Same Again

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January 10, 2014
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iRobot CEO Colin Angle talks to TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia about the company's new Scooba robot as it tries to make the self-mopping robot as big a revenue driver as its popular Roomba vacuum. Angle also talks about the company's military operations and why iRobot isn't playing in the airborne drone space.


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