I deal in facts.
Fact: The original patent application listed NNLX as the Assignee
Fact: Bret changed the assignment to HIS name from the company's.
Fact: the whole argument about the assignment being a clerical error is moot. It came from a board poster who allegedly talked to BB.
Fact: No one is arguing who invented it.
Fact: At NO TIME has the royalty amount ever been put out in a statement from the company. For all we know BB might be taking %50, 70, 90% as a royalty fee. If he has nothing to hide let him post his royalty fee he gets from each flatpack case, in financials. Then the shareholders will know. Do you object to posting Financials?
Not wishing to argue with you NanoFan. But since this has been going on for a long time now, it would appear that there aren't too many investors that have the balls to challenge anything as a group. He has the patents, the company makes NO money, Sales are pretty much non-existant, workers have been leaving at a steady rate, no real info is passed on to investors, no shareholder meetings, and no BOD elections. Sounds pretty much like a one man show all for his own benefit. Just my opinion.
Oh and NNLX sits at .0345/share
Excuse me Eric. Check for yourself. The patent for the flatpack is in BB's name. Remember he changed it from the company's name as the assignee to his name. Do your homework. IMO no self respecting CEO would take the companies property and make it his own. Like I said, if NNLX goes belly up - watch what happens to the patent and BB.
All in my opinion.
They did a peer review on a product that NNLX doesn't even own the patent for. The "ONLY" one that benefits from the review is BB himself - NOT the company. If NNLX goes belly up, BB simply walks away with the patent and the peer review and sells it to the highest bidder. You fools need to smarten up and realize your being played for suckers.
Yea..... that's great. All we need now, is for them to actually do "something" and make an announcement. Instead we get..ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzz. Don't see anything new on the horizon, but then again, they don't keep their shareholders or anyone else informed.