The U.S. Solution to China's Copper Grab
China consumes 54% of the world's copper. Yet China mines only 8% of its copper needs, while plundering Africa, Latin America and South America for copper. The U.S. is left scrambling for new copper sources. But there's a North American copper sweet spot overlooked by China – for now.
Find Out Where This Copper Hotspot Is
Eric Hobbs, insider at Berkeley Lights

Eric Hobbs Insider Information

Eric D. Hobbs, Ph.D. has served as a member of our board of directors and as our Chief Executive Officer since March 2017. Previously, Dr. Hobbs served as our Senior Vice President, Operations and Consumables, from March 2016 to March 2017, as our Vice President, Operations and Consumables, from February 2015 to March 2016, and as Senior Director, Research and Development, from May 2013 until February 2015. Prior to Berkeley Lights, Dr. Hobbs held roles of increasing responsibility at FormFactor, Inc., a publicly-traded semiconductor technology company, serving most recently as Senior Director of Product Management. Dr. Hobbs received his B.A. in Liberal Arts, with minors in Mathematics and Physics from Saint Mary’s College of California, his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southern California, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Microelectromechanical Systems, from the University of California, Berkeley. We believe Dr. Hobbs is qualified to serve on our board of directors due to his experience as our Chief Executive Officer and his educational background.

What is Eric Hobbs' net worth?

The estimated net worth of Eric Hobbs is at least $1.49 million as of May 11th, 2022. Dr. Hobbs owns 313,318 shares of Berkeley Lights stock worth more than $1,494,527 as of May 17th. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other assets that Dr. Hobbs may own. Additionally, Dr. Hobbs receives an annual salary of $667,730.00 as CEO at Berkeley Lights. Learn More about Eric Hobbs' net worth.

How old is Eric Hobbs?

Dr. Hobbs is currently 44 years old. There are 4 older executives and no younger executives at Berkeley Lights. Learn More on Eric Hobbs' age.

What is Eric Hobbs' salary?

As the CEO of Berkeley Lights, Inc., Dr. Hobbs earned a total compensation package of $1,020,604.00 in 2020. Dr. Hobbs earned a salary of $540,025.00, stock awards of $480,579.00, and no other miscellaneous compensation. Learn More on Eric Hobbs' salary.

How do I contact Eric Hobbs?

The corporate mailing address for Dr. Hobbs and other Berkeley Lights executives is 5858 HORTON STREET SUITE 320, EMERYVILLE CA, 94608. Berkeley Lights can also be reached via phone at 510-858-2855 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on Eric Hobbs' contact information.

Has Eric Hobbs been buying or selling shares of Berkeley Lights?

In the last ninety days, Eric Hobbs has sold $447,115.05 in shares of Berkeley Lights stock. Most recently, Eric Hobbs sold 7,531 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Friday, May 13th. The shares were sold at an average price of $4.97, for a transaction totalling $37,429.07. Following the completion of the sale, the insider now directly owns 182,725 shares of the company's stock, valued at $908,143.25. Learn More on Eric Hobbs' trading history.

Who are Berkeley Lights' active insiders?

Berkeley Lights' insider roster includes Keith Breinlinger (Insider), Eric Hobbs (CEO), Shaun Holt (CFO), Igor Khandros (Director), Gregory Lucier (Director), Michael Marks (Director), Stuart Merkadeau (General Counsel), Scott Olrich (COO), Matthew Rosinack (CAO), and James Rothman (Director). Learn More on Berkeley Lights' active insiders.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Berkeley Lights?

In the last twelve months, Berkeley Lights insiders bought shares 4 times. They purchased a total of 109,704 shares worth more than $1,305,401.60. In the last twelve months, insiders at the sold shares 28 times. They sold a total of 564,594 shares worth more than $18,374,273.22. The most recent insider tranaction occured on May, 13th when insider Eric Hobbs sold 7,531 shares worth more than $37,429.07. Insiders at Berkeley Lights own 20.3 % of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Berkeley Lights.

Information on this page was last updated on 5/13/2022.

Eric Hobbs Insider Trading History at Berkeley Lights

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
5/13/2022Sell7,531$4.97$37,429.07182,725View SEC Filing Icon  
5/11/2022Sell98,011$4.18$409,685.98313,318View SEC Filing Icon  
8/18/2021Sell15,500$36.64$567,920.00View SEC Filing Icon  
7/20/2021Sell15,500$47.07$729,585.00View SEC Filing Icon  
6/21/2021Sell15,500$49.22$762,910.00215,555View SEC Filing Icon  
5/20/2021Sell15,500$42.08$652,240.00200,498View SEC Filing Icon  
4/12/2021Sell15,500$47.30$733,150.00201,698View SEC Filing Icon  
3/25/2021Sell80,000$45.24$3,619,200.0075,000View SEC Filing Icon  
3/1/2021Sell203,967$61.34$12,511,335.78123,967View SEC Filing Icon  
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Berkeley Lights Company Overview

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Berkeley Lights, Inc., a digital cell biology company, focuses on enabling and accelerating the rapid development and commercialization of biotherapeutics and other cell-based products. The company offers an integrated platform, which comprise of proprietary consumables, including OptoSelect chips and reagent kits, automation systems, and application and workflow software. It serves in North America, the Asia Pacific, and Europe. Berkeley Lights, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California.
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Low: $3.77
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Low: $3.65
High: $51.28

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Market Capitalization

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The U.S. Solution to China's Copper Grab
China consumes 54% of the world's copper. Yet China mines only 8% of its copper needs, while plundering Africa, Latin America and South America for copper. The U.S. is left scrambling for new copper sources. But there's a North American copper sweet spot overlooked by China – for now.
Find Out Where This Copper Hotspot Is