I am a left-leaning Canadian, and I could never vote for either Trump or Clinton even if I was able to. Bernie would have been my choice, or else a vote for the Greens. As far as weapons go, I hate guns and warmongers and have no need for either. The real circus is right here on the SPY board. I have never seen so many clowns in one place.
You guys crack me up. What exactly do you want the regulators to do? Did MSFT not issue GAAP results in addition to non-GAAP results?
NATO is an archaic tool. The UN is the appropriate vehicle to determine course of action in response to disruptive events.
Softbank to buy ARMH. Should provide a nice boost to the Nasdaq tomorrow.
@Japan's SoftBank Group Corp ( SoftBank Group Corp) has agreed to buy ARM Holdings PLC ( ARM Holdings plc) for 23.4 billion pounds , the Financial Times reported on Monday, citing two people familiar with the negotiations. Japan's SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to buy ARM Holdings PLC for 23.4 billion pounds , the Financial Times reported on Monday, citing two people familiar with the negotiations. ARM, which provides technology for the iPhone, is a major presence in mobile processing, with its processor and graphics technology used by Samsung, Huawei and Apple in their in-house designed microchips. SoftBank could not immediately be reached for comment. ARM Holdings officials were not available outside market hours. If confirmed, the deal would be one of the largest in European technology to date, and SoftBank's largest ever, bigger than the 16.61 billion pound acquisition of a controlling stake in wireless operator Sprint in 2013, a deal that left the group with hefty debts. An announcement on Monday would come less than a month after the Japanese group's founder, Masayoshi Son, scrapped his plans to leave the company. He said he wanted to develop Sprint and complete the transformation of SoftBank into an Internet investment powerhouse. It also comes just weeks after Britain voted to leave the European Union, battering sterling and bolstering the yen. According to the Financial Times report, SoftBank will pay 17 pounds in cash for each ARM share, a premium of more than 40 percent to Friday's close at 11.89 pounds.
Thank you Yahoo for sending multi-ID cockaroaches like tom-hyena scurrying to cover their tracks. About #$%$ time.
Why, it's not like you won't create a new account and resume your BS on the new board. BTW, you'll see an ID called 'blackoutbuzz' there. That's me... one ID. Unlike your sorry excuse for an #$%$.
110 to 220... 100%. And poof, that stockpile of gunpowder is gone. Just like you will be when this board dies.
I use one ID numnuts. Always did, always will. Like I said, see you on the new SPY board if you have nothing to hide. I suspect you'll end up creating a new Yahoo account to avoid being revealed for the BS'er you are. Sayonara #$%$.
You're the one who made it sound like Brexit was an issue, not me. I never saw it as such, hence I saw no reason for any 'actions' to handle it. Between the 'glitches' and 'ppt' and all the other conspiratorial BS you keep pumping out, it's a wonder you still have any 'gunpowder' left from 2000 and 2008... whatever. See you (and not your aliases) on the new message board, if you dare show your face there. hahah.
and you are one of them. go ahead, post a message on the new board. let's see how you manage without a dozen aliases.
Earlier this year MSFT added SSTK API to to Powerpoint. Now GOOG.is also integrating access to their services. Take that ADBE.
@9:02 am Shutterstock announced an API integration with Google (GOOG) (SSTK) : The image licensing deal provides Google's digital and mobile display advertising products, including Adsense, Adwords, and Admob, with access to Shutterstock's collection of more than 90 million images for license. Google's technology programmatically matches professional images to ad copy, while assessing the advertisement performance. Shutterstock's API solution allows Google to test the performance of imagery with copy, directly inside its advertising products, making them more relevant to the increasing complexities of digital advertising.
Google joins AOL, Salesforce and Sprinklr in integrating Shutterstock search capabilities directly into their products.
I do not think there will be any significant reaction. UK voting to leave was a surprise. UK invoking article 50 is completely expected.
good bank bad bank split... duh.