I think they converted at $4.6 as that was the floor and there is nothing on MNKD's investor relations page to suggest that it was modified. This is positive and BofA are the same #$%$ who downgraded with a ridiculous target.
They have a 50/50 board in place monitoring these. Not in SNY's interest to cheat or a few pennies. That is a childish assumption on your part.
How about the ad in the Time magazine with $0 copay for Afrezza? That should help those patients without good insurance for starters till they get on board. But maybe SNY doesn't want their margins to drop by having to sponsor too many of these rebates.
The same it's always done unless it was Martha Stewart or some two bit whit collar criminals. NOTHING but encourage them by their open door policy.
I've done that LONG time ago. Now I only see his rants when other's bring it up and bump his worthless junk.
Not likely. Risk vs reward here. But if an injunction is put in place because of the Iran thing, then that would be a possibility, but at a huge loss for ZTE. And it would be precedent for the rest of the world and the ongoing litigation there.
They get adjusted accordingly for Special Dividends. Regularly scheduled dividends do not adjust the options, but special dividends as they are non planned, adjust the options.
I agree but the "Market" doesn't. The pps is where it is mostly because of lack of income and visibility. While the patients would certainly benefit, the shareholders will not. We have bankrolled this company for a very, very long time and most of us don't have the pockets of Bill Gates to continue charity for ever. I am all for it (primarily for other indirect benefits this would bring), in the short term this will not help in my eyes.
An award in this situation means money. It is not a diploma like it may be construed, but an endowment if you will.
I don't think summary judgement is in play. If I understood the excerpt from the Supreme Court in the precedent case listed, the SCOTUS rejected the summary judgement, while agreeing with using all the tools already at the disposition of the Courts.
I was also impressed with the quality of the order, the research and documentation. His legal aids are also brilliant. I was just drawing a parallel between an order I received from a Court in Romania on a different case and this one. Night and day. That Order had no precedents listed, no reasoning based in Law, nothing... Child play. This one is SOLID!
That was not luck and you are part of the masses living by the word of the media. This guy created billions in wealth for himself and his shareholders. The 3 BKs he had were not Trump specific but macroeconomic due to the location of those businesses and the local government policies in place. Those policies and corruption will bankrupt any city and hence, businesses therein. Look at Detroit, Chicago, Puerto Rico and so many others. California, the liberal heaven, is not far behind.
But the short term question still remains. Show me the money! Africa is not a money maker and most of what is sold there is given as humanitarian goods as they are not capable to spend money on pretty much anything but fighting each other at this time.
And 90% of what the Clinton's gave was to their OWN charity which they use in turn for personal and other trips and expenses. Charlatans with Americans gullibility.
Nah. Putin said that he wants Hillary. Also Puli al sulimani Al Talibani said the same thing. And seeing how Obama was elected, that may just happen...
I. ZTE DOES NOT OBJECT TO PAYING THE REASONABLE EXPENSES
INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH THE MOTION TO COMPEL.
If a motion to compel is granted, Rule 37(a)(5)(A) generally requires the non-moving
party to pay the movant's reasonable expenses incurred in making the motion, including
attorney's fees. Here, the Motion to Compel plainly was granted. Accordingly, ZTE agrees to
pay Vringo's reasonable expenses, including attorney's fees, incurred in connection with the
II. ADDITIONAL SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED.
ZTE respectfully submits that its opposition to the Motion to Compel had a reasonable
basis in law and fact and was not designed for delay or harassment. Whether Mr. Guo's
deposition was necessary and where it should take place appeared to ZTE to be open questions
after the June 15 conference with Magistrate Judge Maas. Therefore, and for the reasons set
forth in the response submitted today on behalf of King & Spalding LLP, which ZTE
incorporates by reference, additional sanctions should not be imposed.
In addition, ZTE respectfully submits that given its agreement to pay Vringo's reasonable
expenses in making the Motion to Compel pursuant to Rule 37(a)(5)(A), additional sanctions
pursuant to Rule 11 are not warranted. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 11(d) ("This rule does not apply to
disclosures and discovery requests, responses, objections, and motions under Rule 26 through
37."); id. advisory committee's note to 1993 amendment ("It is appropriate that Rules 26 through
37, which are specially designed for the discovery process, govern such documents and conduct
rather than the more general provisions of Rule 11"); see also Baffa v. Donaldson, Lufkin &
Jenrette Sec. Corp., 222 F.3d 52, 57-58 (2d Cir. 2000).