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  • 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jarden Corporation (JAH) today, as previously announced, will distribute one additional share of Jarden common stock for every two shares of Jarden common stock owned by stockholders of record as of November 3, 2014.

  • All it takes is one mis-quoted news release, everybody just quotes it with a few changed words.
    There must be only one news media company, the rest are followers.
    I thought the 2 for 1 split, right before the happening date was weird.
    So we start off today at $44.52 after that drop yesterday.
    Now we will see if investors get #$%$, by that incorrect split announcement.
    Freedom of the press, means they can do no wrong.
    I wonder if a lawyer is watching and may try to put a class action lawsuit together over the confusion that may cause the price to drop today from mass sell off.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Guess price tomorrow will be $33.xx range.
    With S&P rating of 5 on scale of 1 to 5 and Reuthers rating strong Buy.
    with that new stock price, little guys can buy in.
    Could be a good day tomorrow, unless everyone gets confused like me.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Current price is $68.00 times .66666 equals $45.33
    but you will have 50% more shares in your account
    after the 3 for 2 split.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Starting in 2015, Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden will be a global disseminator of knowledge. The beginning of the year will mark the start of ChalmersX – the venture of Chalmers moocs on the platform Chalmers announces its membership in edx at the ongoing conference Edx Global Forum in Boston. Edx is the platform where Chalmers' moocs will be accessible. Universities such as MIT, Harvard, UC Berkeley, the University of Tokyo and many more offer their moocs on the same platform. “This is a new and different way for us to take on the role of knowledge disseminator in our society“, says Maria Knutson Wedel, vice president for undergraduate and master’s education at Chalmers. With a computer and an Internet connection, course participants all over the world can watch video lectures, take part in discussions, do assignments and take exams. “Previously, we have primarily shared knowledge on a local and national level. The technology today enables global knowledge sharing – we can reach people who need the knowledge in question no matter where they are located in the world,“ says Maria Knutson Wedel. The first ChalmersX mooc will be an introduction to the super-material graphene: Introduction to Graphene Science and Technology. The subject is at the forefront of research, and EU's biggest research initiative ever – Graphene Flagship – is based at Chalmers. The course is led by graphene researcher Jie Sun. He took the initiative to the mooc as he saw the need of large-scale education about graphene. “I hope to give the participants of the course basic knowledge of graphene. At the end of the course, an engineer should be able to determine if graphene is suitable for the company's products, and a student should be able to decide if the subject is of interest for continued studies”, says Jie Sun. Moocs are a growing trend in higher education. There is a great deal of interest in

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bostonhockey by bostonhockey Nov 20, 2014 7:36 AM Flag

    and nobody talking. really a sleeper.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Graphene may also replace silicon to make smaller, faster and more energy-efficient microchips to power electronic devices of the future. IBM in January announced it had produced an integrated circuit made of graphene that can transmit texts.

    Innovation Shortage

    To make sure it’s not sidelined in a potential bonanza, the European Union has created an unprecedented 10-year, 1 billion-euro ($1.3 billion) research fund called the Graphene Flagship. After decades of watching Asia and the U.S. cash in on ideas developed by European scientists, the EU is hoping the graphene fund will catalyze commercial development and encourage young scientists to start companies.

    “Europe needs to do something with innovation,” said Kostantin Novoselov, a University of Manchester physicist and co-winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for his work in graphene. “We need to create a climate for students and post-docs to consider careers in technology innovation, so it’s as legitimate as working as an engineer in a large company.”

    Sentiment: Buy

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