They no longer pay a Dividend, only a Divident now:
Websters - Please note: A divident is a term made popular during the 2008-2010 Recession/Depression referring to the now poor, long term investors who previously harvested dividends on their beloved stocks.
Divident can be used in place of Dividend when a company drastically cuts their regular dividend. For example, Seaspan (SSW) previously paid a dividend of .46 per quarter. On 4/28/2009 they cut their dividend to .10 per quarter. Their Dividend can now be referred to as a "Divident".
Dividents may once again be referred to as Dividends once their yield surpasses or returns to their previous level before becoming termed a "Divident".
Divident Declaration Date: Apr-15-2009 Divident Ex Date: Apr-28-2009 Divident Record Date: Apr-30-2009 Divident Pay Date: May-15-2009