unfortunately max, stepping over the piles of yahoo excrement doesn't deter them in the least...they hog the boards with nonsense, if yahoo truly were interested in making these boards a valuable resource they would find a way to PREVENT THE USE OF MORE THAN 1 ALIAS PER BOARD, you would think there is a way to do that, I written many pleas to yahoo team and ...nothing is the result...
will wonders never cease...
The $4.6 billion fund returned an average annual 12.2% in the past 15 years vs. 4.55% for the S&P 500. The fund, which has been managed by O. Mason Hawkins since 1989, G. Staley Cates since 1994 and Ross Glotzbach since 2014, is up 8.42% this year.
Its recent holdings include Level 3 Communications (NASDAQ:LVLT).
“The ProtecT study is the latest in a series of peer-reviewed publications demonstrating the superior clinical value that testing with four kallikrein markers adds to risk prediction for aggressive prostate cancer compared to PSA alone,” said Dr. Peter Scardino
The chairman continues to buy batches of shares frequently, as he has done for well more than a year. He purchased around 90,000 Opko Health Inc. (NYSE: OPK) shares so far this month at prices that ranged from $14.14 to $14.63. That cost him more than $1.28 million. His total stake is around 154.62 million shares.
Frosty downgraded,.... buy only 5000 sh instead of 10,000....lolol
it's been a year already and what do we shareholders have to show for it, nada, zilch, ZERO!...but ....you got paid!
All enterprises should consider Level 3 for services including SIP trunks and dedicated Internet (see Table 4).
Table 4. Critical Capabilities Rating for Level 3 Communications' Networking Services
•Level 3 Communications (NYSE:LVLT) has priced $1.5B in its privately offered senior notes.
•The firm agreed to sell $700M in 5.125% notes due 2023, and $800M in 5.375% notes due 2025.
•Net proceeds will go to retire $1.2B in 8.125% notes due 2019, and $300M in 8.875% notes due 2019.
•The offer should be completed April 28.
"Revenue growth driven by Core Network Services
Level 3’s profit for 4Q14 rose to $66 million from $14 million the year before. EPS (earnings per share) was $0.21—up from $0.06 in the previous year. Consolidated total revenue grew to $1.914 billion—compared to $1.602 billion for 4Q13 . Revenue increased 7% to $6.777 billion in 2014 compared to 2013. It said the increase was due to “growth in Core Network Services revenue from enterprise customers and the inclusion of revenue from tw telecom .” Growth in IP and Data services, Transport, and Fiber and Voice Services were “driven primarily by end user customer demand for enterprise bandwidth and content delivery over the Internet as well as the acquisition of tw telecom.”
are workin' just a little too hard,plus the negative impacts of living like a parasite,.... wouldn't it be easier getting job,... and actually working for living?
people that doubt Frosty....get bitten...dig?