censorship. Cowards hide behind censorship. Hickman did it on SA repeatedly censoring posts, getting users banned. Now Meyers is doing it here with his scrolling.
Both are sociopaths
who are the ex-Uber drivers going to look for as scape goats once Uber automates them out of jobs?
Visions of pitch forks, torches, and heads on spikes come to mind
new low just hit. The management of this debacle are like deer in headlights. They have essentially done everything wrong. From the name of the company, to the stock ticker, to handling of Uber. They should all have bonuses revoked, pay clawed back, or be outright fired.
And they should fire Larry Meyers who has no clue how to counter the Uber FUD.
due to cost, all new IDSY customers are going cellular. Some even converting when they refresh hardware. Only WalMart is sticking with satellite (ORBC) on their 56K+ trailers.
Just thought I'd mention that. Was said two days ago at Liolios conference.
Ned said yesterday that TAMs sales have never been stronger (despite no news this quarter). It is obvious that Norm, coming from that technology has focused on that to the VMS's detriment. Time to sell off the TAMs unit, fortify the balance sheet, and concentrate on VMS.
TAMs just has not grown. Was $16M in sales 5+ years ago, now $18.5? That is like a 2% or 3% CAGR. It was bought for $16M and could probably sell for $30M-$40M. ORBC or Skybitz or the ex-Qualcomm division is a likely buyer.
I would dump Norm with the sale and hire someone with some warehouse experience.
the company needs $5M. If they did it at 20c, that's 25M shares, and then a reset of the DEATH SPIRAL shares into another 20M or so shares. That would require a shareholder vote to approve. Not sure they have the funds to have another shareholder vote.
Easier to sell out the entire company at 20c. It's more likely a sell out then another funding.
who cares at this point? That Hickman is a dooosh does not mean TAXI is a good stock.
everyone knows who he is and what he's done.
PSA Reaches 25 Million Certified Milestone
September 8, 2015
(Newport Beach, California) – Professional Sports Authenticator, the world's largest memorabilia authentication and grading service, certified its 25 millionth item on September 4, 2015.
The milestone collectible is a 2013 Leaf Metal Draft Kris Bryant autographed baseball card that was graded PSA Gem Mint 10. The card is pedigreed on the insert label as the 25,000,000th PSA item.
"After PSA's founding in 1991, it took seven years to reach the one million milestone, but since 1998, PSA has averaged well over a million submissions annually. We reached the 20 million mark in November 2012. The combined total value of the 25 million sports, entertainment and historical collectibles that PSA experts have now examined, authenticated and certified is well over $1 billion," said PSA President Joe Orlando.
"We could not have reached the 25 million milestone without the continuing tremendous public support of both buyers and sellers. Thank you collectors, dealers and auction houses," said Orlando.
"Achieving this significant point in the company's history underscores the strength and growth of the PSA brand and the importance of third-party certification," he explained.
the pitiful thing is that you would discount the experience of multiple folks who are telling you this is a POS with no where to go.
Keep trading your 100 share lots. Maybe you'll have enough money some day to buy a stock worth more than $1