Ugh ... The PPS of FCLS is being artificially maintained at $5 with staged transactions (look at the FCLS trading chart; look at the daily volume; look at the length of its trading history). Better yet, try to buy FCLS. You can't do it. They won't sell the shares to the public because that would result in a massive drop in the PPS (because CannaVEST is not worth anything), which means MJNA is not really going to receive the $35,000,000 in revenue in 2013. Inflating revenue = securities fraud.
holy shiz! http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/22/alcatel-ceo-idUSWEA00AMB20130222?feedType=RSS&feedName=telcommunicationsServicesSector&rpc=43
A Wise Person would Take the Money and Run.
When interest Rates rise, y'all will be immediately underwater.
And a lesser person is one who thinks: "It won't happen to me."
Sales of the Sony Xperia Z started in France via the official Sony Mobile website on 18 February, however stock of the handset sold out in just a day. Both black and white colours are now out of stock, with more stock expected on 28 February.
Of course, what we don’t know is how many handsets Sony had in stock in the first place. Sony Mobile France says that the number was “significant”. The Xperia Z has already arrived for a number of people too including a free wireless speaker (SRS-BTV5), see a couple of pictures below. As a quick reminder, the Xperia Z is expected to go on sale at the Berlin Sony Store tomorrow. A wider launch is expected in the UK and other regions from 28 February.
Harry thinks I am a highly paid wall street short. You know, I could go to jail if I took a short position in Ballard and told all manner of lies here. I wonder if the same applies to anonymous so called longs .. OK, Red, how many posts am I up to now...LOL
Just for the story, delisting doesn't occur always after 6 months under $.
There can be 6+6 months, after a second request by the Company (and a grant from Nasdaq).
I'm not guessing. I've seen it in many biotechs.
(Sideline, willing to buy.)
IMOpinion, Ballard should drive its but*t again towards automotive (cars) sector. Another joint-venture, re-negotiating again with AFCC, agreements on contracts base... no matter.
After Toyota+Daimler and more producers announced the commercial launch for 2017, they have to. The hype for the sector is going to explode. 0-12 months.
Citing the lack of qualified domestic candidates, many U.S. technology companies are hiring foreign workers to stay competitive in a global marketplace. The NewsHour reports on the fight to allow more foreign workers into the United States.
SPENCER MICHELS, NewsHour Correspondent: Business leaders in Silicon Valley and other high-tech centers say they need more foreign workers to keep America competitive. Microsoft's chairman Bill Gates made the case before Congress this spring.
BILL GATES, Chairman, Microsoft: Now we face a critical shortage of scientific talent. And there's only one way to solve that crisis today: open our doors to highly talented scientists and engineers who want to live, work and pay taxes here.
SPENCER MICHELS: The law allows 65,000 specialized workers, ranging from engineers to architects, and even including fashion models, into the U.S. each year, plus another 20,000 graduate degree holders. They, plus some categories like teachers not included in the cap, get what is called an H-1B visa.
With that temporary pass, they can stay and work here for up to six years. Today, there are more than 260,000 H-1B employees in the U.S.
Companies insist they need foreign workers because there are not enough qualified Americans to fill the jobs.
ROBERT HOFFMAN, Oracle Corporation: The Senate and the House have made this issue a high priority.
SPENCER MICHELS: Robert Hoffman is a lobbyist for software maker Oracle, which currently has about 1,850 H-1B employees. He says the company needs software and computer engineers right away.
ROBERT HOFFMAN: Companies like Oracle and Microsoft have hundreds of job openings currently right now. We want to hire the American worker, but if they're not there, what alternatives do we have? Either we hire the H-1Bs, or if the H-1Bs aren't available, we'll have to move work offshore. We'll move the work where the workers are.
SPENCER MICHELS: According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service's Sharon Rummery, the demand this year for H-1B visas was enormous.
SHARON RUMMERY, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: On the very first day that the H-1B visa became available, we received more applications than we had available slots. As it turned out, we got more than 119,000 H-1B visa applications.