I'd be careful- Richard called the crash of UNXL. He's on the money. Ask the company to refute his claims. Seems odd that they cant get FCC approvals when a lot of companies in wireless have not problems meeting standards for commercialization of devices?
Content marketing was recently ranked as a top two, industry trend by LUMA Partners in their 2015 State of Digital Marketing report. PQ Media predicts that content marketing will become a $300 billion dollar market by 2019.
Its public out-cry (PETA types) or Pepsi willingness to roll-out in broader mix. I would guess they'd wait a year at least and see public response (if they can slip ingredient out w/o outcry- bump it)?
And deal with consumers at tech gadget folks live shows and events. Howard Hughes was holed up in a hotel. ENOUGH!
Penny Stock 101 org newsletter= stealing subscriber revenues by ruining stock boards. Yahoo is stupid to allow them to take over a good product feature.
Tell us the revenues of this company or what products Wattup is to be integrated with? Tier one does a billion dollars in sales/ x units and we are likely to go into these products. Better yet- talk about FCC approval for certification would be the best of news?
Its a license agreement- how many units to ship to generate revenue and time-line. This is just a pump nothing more. Military still is companies burden and the shares sold at $1.50 give insight into the value of the deal/company in present state.
So- now the company is operating under a licensing model- I don't believe given the money plowed into R&D a paltry yield of $1mil is merited. Relax- its a licensing deal- nothing has ramped and stock is barely above secondary pps. All of a sudden the folks that are off 200% on their original capital instantly become savants.
Unless- the public finds out we're in bev/food in a way that sours (PETA like sentiment), that would be the downside (big). However, obesity and heart disease could be aided by ingredients integrated into common products!
They are siphoning your revenues as subscribers get tired of spam!