good riddance. On a related note, how does breaking up a group into three separate divisions reduce cost and overhead when each division has to replicate sales, marketing, etc. previously done once at the group level?
@@@@Bombardier Aerospace group functions and the Customer Services division will be absorbed into the three aerospace business segments, generating reductions in cost and overhead. s a result of this reorganization, Bombardier Aerospace President and Chief Operating Officer, Guy Hachey, is retiring.
I have another idea... get a license to sell alcohol at select locations and offer Rum&Coke with meals and Irish coffees in their McCafes
It is not the company's responsibility to provide that kind of information. Rather, it is up to the individual to consult their financial adviser.
Too bad then, you're fukkked. Aspirin indications are growing and the drug can treat a wide variety of illnesses, even cancers. The only problem is big pharma does not want fund studies since there is no profit in it.
caught in a trap and chewing its paw off to escape. AIXG is like a deer caught in the headlights of an oncoming train that will soon run it over....
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@@@@@Veeco Introduces New Brokerage Website To Facilitate the Buying and Selling of Pre-Owned Equipment Business Wire Veeco Instruments Inc. July 7, 2014 4:05 PM PLAINVIEW, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Veeco Instruments Inc. (VECO) introduced today the Veeco MarketPlaceTM website, an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) brokerage website that helps both buyers and sellers determine fair prices for pre-owned Veeco metal organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD), physical vapor deposition (PVD) and Ion Beam Etch (IBE) equipment. The site will also feature assets from Veeco Certified Partners, such as SurplusGLOBAL, Inc., a leader in the secondary equipment market, to further expand the inventory levels of ready-to-purchase used equipment.
Good then stop. The world will go on just fine without your posts.
They finally bought out the rest of BA.TO they didn't own. As a BA.TO shareholder, I just wish the premium was a bit higher, since the company was setting up for good times ahead. Oh well, still happy as a shareholder in both.
@@@@@BCE, which already controls Bell Aliant, is acquiring the interest of public minority shareholders in Bell Aliant for a total consideration of approximately $3.95 billion ; public minority shareholders to receive cash and BCE common equity for a combined value of $31 per share; transaction unanimously recommended by independent Bell Aliant directors
Remember to post your entry point on whatever trading vehicle you use so we can all 'ooh and awe' at your amazing profit-making ability.
--- The chart is a falling knife ---
On the weekly chart, ECA.TO has tested the 200 period SMA twice and so far continues to hold above it (currently this line sits at 22.83CAN).
It was nice owning you.
@@@@@BCE, which already controls Bell Aliant, is acquiring the interest of public minority shareholders in Bell Aliant for a total consideration of approximately $3.95 billion ; public minority shareholders to receive cash and BCE common equity for a combined value of $31 per share; transaction unanimously recommended by independent Bell Aliant directors. Unanimously recommended to public minority shareholders by all the independent directors of Bell Aliant, the transaction will be completed by way of a formal tender offer through which common shareholders can elect to receive either (a) $31 in cash, (b) 0.6371 of a BCE common share, or (c) $7.75 in cash and 0.4778 of a BCE common share. Public minority shareholders electing alternative (a) or (b) will be subject to pro-ration such that the aggregate consideration will be paid 25% in cash and 75% in BCE common shares. The share consideration is based on BCE's 10-day volume weighted average price of $48.66.
Gee thanks for only designing the flaw into the CS engine you #$%$. Stop blabbering and fix the thing already...
@@@@@"This particular fix we think is just related to the CSeries engine itself," United Tech CFO Greg Hayes said on a conference call with analysts. "Each of the architecture is little bit different and we have not seen a similar issue on any of the other models that are out there." The company expects it will be a "couple of weeks" before the plane is flying again, Hayes said. "This is not a big, big deal in terms of the architecture," the CFO said