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Uni-Pixel, Inc. Message Board

  • d_proch d_proch Nov 23, 2013 12:07 AM Flag

    Just a little advice.....

    ....you don't get in bed with a company like Kodak unless your technology really works. Will be buying many shares on Monday!

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    • Kodak just got out of bankruptcy... and they call it a partnership, but that's just corporate jargon. UNXL is a customer. As others have pointed out Kodak is willing to take some chances in the hopes that their name can still bring value. Truth is Kodak is just a shadow of the company it once was.

    • More like, you don't get into bed with Kodak (and give away 50% of your profits) unless you NEED Kodak to figure out all the problems in order to make the product work. Kodak still hasn't figured out all the problems.

      ".you don't get in bed with a company like Kodak unless your technology really works. Will be buying many shares on Monday!"

      • 1 Reply to shockexchange101
      • Give that up shocker = old proven wrong debate. The Pixie-Kodak marraige is great for both of them. UNXL needed Kodak for funds/opportunity for the bigs, AND for the huge manufacturing space, as well as Kodaks' famous printing techniques/process. Kodak wasn't scared to take the risk of marrying Miss Pixie as did in depth DD, OK! Go figure.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Pardon me, but the Kodak of late isn't exactly a shinning example of entrepreneurial excellence. It's so desperate for a comeback it's even willing to gamble on the unproven from the unknown.

      • 1 Reply to necm500
      • I do suspect however, that before emerging from bankruptcy, the judge who presided was aware of all the details of the agreement including the worthiness of UNXL as a business partner for Kodak. The SEC wants to see the contracts and compare the language to claims released by Killion. The SEC is a useless organization as corrupt as any in the government so I suspect they've been paid to investigate but not to indict or prosecute. Hundreds of thousands of complaints and a backlog of inquires and investigations going back years for numerous companies and they find time and cause to investigate a claim made in the past 3 months? Really? Give me a break.

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