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|Traded as||NASDAQ: ACTG|
|Industry||Patent Licensing & Monetization|
|Headquarters||Newport Beach, California, USA|
|Matthew Vella, CEO & President
Jaime Siegel, Executive Vice President
Robert L. "Chip" Harris, Executive Chairman
Marvin Key, Sr. Vice President Clayton J. Haynes, CFO 
Acacia is sometimes referred to as a non-practicing entity because the company derives revenue from licenses and lawsuits rather than from building products. According to the company, it has returned over $643,066,000 to patent owners. The corporation creates a subsidiary company for each set of patents it enforces. Currently, 95% of the company's business involves partnering with inventors and patent holders. It currently has 229 known subsidiaries and 257 active cases as of September 2014, four of which are not through a subsidiary.
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