Record Date 5/5/2015 Payment Date 5/12/2015 The ex-date is the second business day before the date of record. Cinco de Mayo is the Record Date, so the ex-div date is May Day. Buy today, eh.
Perfect word Could which means maybe. Stop the Pumping your as bad as the shorts!
The last three quarters witnessed some major developments on Sony's gaming console division front. After much delay, the company launched its flagship gaming console PS4 in China on Mar 20 (read more: Sony (SNE - Snapshot Report) to Finally Cross ...
Microvision (NASDAQ:MVIS): Q1 EPS of -$0.09 may not be comparable to consensus of $0.02.
Revenue of $0.9M (-26.2% Y/Y) misses by $5M.
Thank you. If organovo succeeds like I believe it will, I plan to use my excess wealth to promote grass roots capitalism among our urban youth. It's my position that capitalism works when everyone can participate.
No food subsidies have been cut and Republicans donate more to charity than Libs.
The outlook is still good. That is why it has only dropped ~8%. Last year NOK went from 8.18 down to 6.86 after Q4, a ~16% drop. Note that it climbed steadily throughout the year to reach the recent highs. The only reason it was not higher was because of the euro exchange rate. If you look at the price in Helsinki, it went from 6 euro to 5.1 euro then climbed up to ~7.9 euro. That is a 50% increase. The euro is likely to gain against the dollar this year if the US fed forecast on low US growth is correct. With the good forecast from NOK for the rest of 2015, the PPS should rise. Q1 is typically bad for everyone, but this one has been particularly slow.
i am having HUGE smile on my face today ,,bought 3 days ago and GLUU went down and i had to buy more,,so I added to 45 000 shres ,,than yesterday sold 10k but kept 35 K ..and after hours..THE BIG news
it must be time to buy! Talk about a grossly over sold stock!!!! Nothing new was reported yesterday, the CC was quite good, and results were to be expected. The one time charges made up most if not all of the loss for the quarter and sales were only off in March as to be expected. Like always a gross overreaction by the market to what was already known including the DOJ. They have not been charged with a thing, if they are it is a one time event for which they have set aside $10m to cover if needed. If not, the money goes right back into operating account. Do what you want but if they drop it any further it is time to add more shares.
He had it out early too, got to throw cold water early before the fire gets out of control
ZERO InTouch shipped in Q2.
In fact the rumor is that Kodak refused to allow any to ship until the quality was acceptable and their "partner" realized they would be broke by then, if the quality ever did get to an industry standard acceptable level.
Oh yeah, and then there was that darn issue of ZERO PO's in hand!!!!
But you now have a GREAT opportunity to average DOWN buddy.
Chase it DOWN Fido, fetch the falling PPS!!!!
Don't always agree with it, but will ABIDE BY IT, just like all those small Christian-run businesses in Indiana will now HAVE TO DO.
Dish DBS Corporation has applied to create the .BLOCKBUSTER Top Level Domain. Domain names within the .BLOCKBUSTER Top Level Domain will not be sold to the general public. Accordingly, Get New TLDs Inc. will not accept pre-registration requests for domain names within the .BLOCKBUSTER Top Level Domain.
Yahoo is working on a way of unlocking a mobile phone using the owner's ear rather than a password or fingerprint.
It is also looking to use fists or even the way people grip their smartphone as alternative forms of biometric authentication.
Fingerprint scanners on mobile phones are increasingly popular, but expensive.
Yahoo is looking to use the phone's touchscreen as the image sensor, which would be far cheaper.
The system, developed at Yahoo Labs, is dubbed Bodyprint and has had initial trials with 12 participants.
"Due to their cost, capacitive fingerprint scanners have been limited to top-of-the-line phones, a result of the required resolution and quality of the sensor," the team said on its website.
While the input resolution of a touchscreen is relatively low, "the surface area is large, allowing the touch sensor to scan users' body parts, such as ears, fingers, fists and palms by pressing them against the display", the team said.
It identified body parts with 99.98% accuracy and users with 99.5% accuracy. Scanning ears achieved a 99.8% accuracy rate, according to the team.
Biometrics expert Prof Angela Sasse, from University College London's department of computer science, thinks that such a system could have a future as a way of opening mobile phones securely.
"Research into this has been going on for a few years, but it is new in terms of deployment," she said.
It was not the first time ears had been used as a method of identification, she said.
In Switzerland such methods are used at the scene of a robbery, to help identify the offender.
"Burglars tend to listen on the windowpane to see if anyone is home," said Prof Sasse.
Police then take a print of the ear, rather like a fingerprint.
One benefit of an ear-based identification system was that it offered greater privacy than facial recognition, she told the BBC.
Fingerprint scanners, popular on latest iPhone models and on some Android handsets, have proved to be vulnerable to hackers.
In April, security firm FireEye reported how hackers could take copies of fingerprints used to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S5 phone.
The latest research into biometrics is focused on behavioural biometrics, for example how you type a word, which can be extremely accurate, according to Prof Sasse.