I didn't ask for a P&D boilerplate reply. I asked if anyone knew of it was the same engine as the ILX. I can look up production numbers and make estimates myself
The Acura ILX is basically a fancy, expensive Civic. A new Civic was released at a show yesterday. Anyone know if it's the same engine as the ILX?
Honda’s Civic surprise rolls out at New York show
Published: Apr 6, 2015 6:00 a.m. ET
10th-generation Civic Type-R and Si to be sold in U.S.
The lime-green concept was revealed at the New York Auto Show.
Honda has rolled out a new concept that is pretty much the 10th-generation Civic with weird paint, big wheels and small mirrors. The aggressive concept is meant to suggest, strongly, that the 2016 Civic will be more enthusiast-friendly than the current model. To drive that point home, Honda also confirmed that hatchback, Si and Type-R Civic variants will be available in the U.S.
The 2016 Civic will be powered by Honda’s VTEC 1.5L turbocharged four, and both the coupe and sedan were designed and developed in the U.S.
The U.S.-market versions of each will be produced in Ohio and Alliston, Ontario, with coupe and Si variants being built in Alliston exclusively. The hatch will be made in Swindon, U.K. — you know, the place from “The Office.”
Look for the production version of Honda’s HMC, +0.79% 2016 Civic sedan to launch this fall, followed by the coupe and five-door. We’ll let you know when we get a more concrete timetable for the arrival of the Type-R.
Why rent and deal with the hassles, fees, dirty cars, parking, etc, when you can Uber?
Arriving from a flight? Take an Uber to your destination.
Going out to dinner? Uber? Back from dinner? Uber.
Visiting an area attraction? Uber.
on and on and on.
Rental is dead. Uber lives.
Uber does not have inventory and write down cars. Uber does not need all the store fronts. Or the mechanics. It is just a better and more efficient business model. How can rental even compete?
I think gold gets a $20 increase and silver $1 next week with the really weak employment number. HL could move to $3.30 on that.
All this debt and dilution and now more debt and dilution. When are they going to just sit and perform and grow? All this dilution makes me very wary. Don't they have enough to absorb with the SkyWave purchase? Now another $180M of dilution coming.
Taxi Group’s New Lawsuit Targets New York’s Uber Policy
By Erik Larson | April 1, 2015
A group of taxi companies sued New York claiming the city is wrongfully allowing Uber Technologies Inc. customers to hail rides with an app.
Current law permits only yellow taxis with valid medallions to accept hails, regardless of whether they’re street hails or “e-hails” from a smartphone, the group said Tuesday in a complaint in state court in Manhattan.
The taxi drivers and owners of taxi medallions claim the city’s Uber-friendly policies are causing the value of medallions and the pay of drivers to plummet. The medallions cited in the case have sold for as much as $1.25 million each.
The city “permits Uber cars and other non-medallion cars to be e-hailed, effectively eviscerating the hail exclusivity to which yellow medallion taxis have been entitled under state and local law for decades,” the group said.
The lawsuit is the latest legal headache for San Francisco- based Uber, which has been sued and challenged by governments around the world over allegations of unfair competition, customer safety and allegedly illegal behavior by some drivers.
this time it is a combo debt/stock offering. Looks like they will buy someone. I would sell out of IDSY for $10/sh in cash. ORBC/IDSY would actually make a good combined company. HQ's are just a few miles apart. IDSY HQ lease ends this year. The combined TAM's division would be a very strong #3 and be #1 in cold chain. WalMart customer overlap.
would explain the silence from both of these companies.
CALPERs is selling their 3.9M share stake as noted in this filing. The remaining $180M is for debt. Looks like they are negotiating to buy someone for cash this time.
dude - maybe it was in your news feed, but that's your problem grampa. Just man up and say "my bad"
still don't like the company. No patents. Very low barriers to entry. Anyone can do this. Don't trust the financials
Having said that, they were the best performing M2M company in Q1 with a 26.4% gain, far outpacing the rest.
there really is no defense for you posting that 1 week after the fact. Just say "my bad" and move on.
sounds about right to me.
by law they are required to distribute a certain % of earnings as dividends in order to maintain their tax free status. So you can write till the ends of time but it is for nothing.
buyback is in blackout period now. Can't buyback until 3 days AFTER they report last qtr's earnings.
They absolutely know with 99% accuracy what last qtr's numbers were.