"I went on the CARB website and tried to find wherein CDTI was listed as a qualified vendor................but came up empty. Now, #$%$ is wrong with this picture?"
Don't they sell through resellers? Are they listed?
NGC announces they will grade Modern coins (2000 and newer) for only $10. I guess they are begging for business while PCGS is swamped and pumping out record numbers.
NGC also announced they are now going to do Plus (+) grades, same as PCGS did 2 years ago.
Maybe they are going for a 20% stake and BOD representation. Could get interesting. I see no other reason why this should be moving up. Jagid basically said no Avis before end of year.
foreign subsidiaries made a nice profit last qtr and Didbox in particular ramped up sales to almost $1M and made over $330K in profit
increased product sales of $0.6 million to the Raymond Corporation, $0.8 million to Caterpillar Inc., $0.5 million to Linde Creighton Ltd. and $0.4 million to General Electric Co.
AI sales increased $100K yr-yr. AI just isn't growing. It's a dud. Steady income but no growth, no synergies with VMS
hopefully, IDSY is on the ball with this and heavily bidding:
The Federal Government Wants In on Car-Sharing, Too
EMILY BADGERNOV 06, 2013 3 COMMENTS
The U.S. General Services Administration manages some 200,000 vehicles, cars used by federal government offices in cities around the country to attend meetings or visit communities. That's a massive transportation footprint (and a sizable budget item for the federal government). It may also represent a big opportunity to extend the reach of car-sharing.
This week, the GSA announced that it's looking for input from car-sharing vendors and industry experts on how it might broadly apply the concept to the government fleet. The GSA is primarily looking to save money by relying on car-sharing services instead of buying or leasing new vehicles.
"The second piece is that we think car-sharing will also help agencies realize that they don’t need as many cars as they already have and can then possibly reduce their current fleets," says Mafara Hobson, a spokeswoman for the GSA.
It's also conceivable that government car-sharing may help government employees realize the same thing about their personal vehicles. It's hard to imagine a larger single employer – the federal government employs more than 2 million civilians – with this much power to expose new users to the idea. If agencies incorporate car-sharing into the work culture for even a fraction of those employees, that would be a significant milestone in further normalizing it.
someone taking advantage of price rise to unload. If that block is cleared, it will get interesting. Means someone is buying in. Rima has a few stocks where they have over 10%
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confirmed on whalewisdom and SEC web site. now owns 8%. Filed an amended filing today and only IDSY was an error from their filing yesterday
Now I have to call off my hit man for Jagid. Hopefully I remember the "safety" word
whalewisdom just reported Rima actually bought 261K shares and now has over 1M or 8%. That seems more logical to me than buying a ton and flipping it in 45 days (their last 13G was in August)
FYI - this is directly from the US patent office web site:
"Currently, the average patent application pendency is 24.6 months. Applications received in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are numbered in sequential order and the applicant will be informed within eight weeks of the application number and official filing date if filed in paper. If filed electronically, the application number is available within minutes."
Now some patents are trivial items like new improved mouse traps. CDTI's patents are fairly complex and technical so they would take longer than the avg. Think 3-4 years, not 6-12 months
do u know how many patents are filed every day. thousands. The patent office has limited funds and staff. Technology patents can take years to search for other pre-dated work. 6-12 months? I would be doing cartwheels if they were approved within 3-4 years.
Think about it. they said 39 patents filed this year alone. A good number of them had to have been filed more than 6 months ago. How many of those have been approved? ZERO. 6-12 months is being naive.
huge institutional selling reported so far. Rima sold out (over 800K shares), Diker sold over 50K shares. Lack of confidence in management
Like that the stock is moving higher but I am concerned that a significant stake in the company was dumped after such a short holding time (Rima). Institutions don't take a large stake and dump it 3 months later unless they deem something seriously wrong with management.
Jagid needs to go