But up from the seasonally slow 3rd qtr from last year.
With a new iPhone coming out and probably several other new phones Interdigital will see a bump in the 4th qtr probably into the $120m area for recurring revenues.
Watch out for those bogey men they lurk around every corner in the corporate and the real world.
Take your Ned's and you will be able to control them. Lol
Sounds like a plan. Guidance will beout in the next seven days and on the 28th we will hear from the ITC.
Very ugly market regardless of news the market sucks worse than the real nut job of this board.
Nut job time for your melds again.
Per your posts you bought in the mid 40's but I guess you still haven't sold? Nuts.
Did you look at Vantrix's partners? HP, Huawei, IBM, Nokia, Ericsson, Intel to name a few.
Probably not because you are such a loser nut job.
FYI they have Samsung under license.
Please take 3 of your meds and your perceived bonus problem will no longer be perceived.
Take your meds as prescribed nut job and you won't go completely brain dead.
But from the jibberish in your posts it sure looks like your at least half way down that road.
If the market wakes up to the potential of this company with the multitude of things it has going on (not just wireless IP any more) it could very easily be multiples of $100.00,
As an investor I have used it as my personal piggy bank too.
Thanks Bill and the rest of the Management team.
Sure it is dilution. But the cash remains on the balance sheet because the debt was converted to shares and is gone.
Then if depending on the price the derivatives or options IDCC wrote on the deal will either add more money to the bottom line or shares or both.
Bottom line if the stock price reaches the target price for conversion it will probably be a very good deal for shareholders but not short nut jobs like you.
IDCC didn't need to issue debt to finance it's buybacks IBM did.
Comparing IBM and IDCC buybacks is like compare nut jobs like you with sane people. LOL
Nut Job now you are changing the subject from insider sales to debt issuance.
If you actually analyzed the debt deal you would realize they are fully hedged and the debt deal may end up being very positive for IDCC if the shares are converted.
Which is a distinct possibility at this point.
It will really only dilute the shares if the warrants are exercised above $66 for the first debt issuance. Even that really will be a net positive because of the price of the stock. And it is done tranches not all at once.
The second debt issuance particulars are not worth talking about at this point but the potential for it being a positive also is true.
Comparing IBM and IDCC in the same sentence is a positive but how you have done it only telling half the truth which is so typical of your posts regardless of your alias.
IBM borrowed money to finance their buybacks as have other companies IDCC did not borrow money for that reason and does not need to to effect their buyback.