ironically, it did look like there was a 100K+ share dump today. Wondering if this can hit the $2's on a huge 1M share institutional dump.
no, they will just sell more shares to someone to pay off the debt and continue on. The VALE deal is crushing them
why is that bad for JNJ? Folks have to buy medicine and consumer products in good times and bad.
a share buyback is fine as long as they don't use that to mask oversize options grants to insiders. All they are doing is transferring money from shareholders to insiders via the buyback. In essence, looting the treasury in full view and with your apparent blessing.
Do you let people bang your wife and just sit there and watch? Never mind, I know the answer
we missed this important announcement from last month
Warehouse and distribution center managers can now instantly evaluate and coordinate forklift fleet and operator activity across multiple facilities
COLUMBUS, Ind., June 22, 2015 -- Toyota Industrial Equipment and Sprint are transforming warehouse transportation and logistics with the launch of T-Matics MOBILE, a unique, forklift-based Vehicle Management System designed to increase productivity and profitability, and create significant safety and operational benefits to forklift fleet owners.
Toyota Industrial Equipment, the number one forklift brand in North America, will offer T-Matics MOBILE services through both embedded and aftermarket solutions that leverage Sprint’s advanced Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology.
“T-Matics MOBILE works on a cellular signal for companies that rotate forklift fleets between facilities” said Toyota’s National Manager of Fleet Management Jewell Brown. “Sprint is the perfect partner to help T-Matics MOBILE customers instantly gather data across multiple facilities to make decisions to increase forklift fleet efficiency, uptime and overall safety.”
15 years at IDSY and now the Marketing guy. What exactly is the marketing plan, if any? Web site has not been updated in months. Does this guy have a second job somewhere else and just sleep at IDSY HQ?
on demand cleaning service, Homejoy, shuts down in the face of employee classification lawsuits...will impact on demand companies such as Uber which are facing similar lawsuits....In an effort to sway public opinion, Uber has taken to the blogesphere by hiring writers to write propaganda articles which stretch the truth....and contain outright lies
depends on your holdings and your losses. If you keep good records, you can probably recoup 10% of your losses on an avg. There was one stock, MPPP (MP3), I recouped 90% of losses because apparently hardly anyone else bothered to fill out the forms. The lowest was maybe 1%-2% of losses. If you lost less than $1000, probably not worth the effort. If you lost more than that, you might want to think about it.
let's figure out how they get there. They seem to always miss without caring. So figure $12M tops.
$1M spare parts to WalMart
$4.5M recurring revenue
$1M Toyota (between the TX auto plant and install at factory)
$1M implementation partner (Home Depot)
That leaves another $2M from existing customers. At this stage in their history, this should not be an issue. Seems like such a minimal amount. If they can't do that, they literally should shut the place down. How many sales guys do they have on staff to get an aggregate of another $2M in sales from somewhere? Yet, they only did $11M in Q1 or essentially $1M in new sales
a reply the article received
Soon the Uber bubble will burst. Some of the main reasons are this. The drivers will be classified as employees and all the compliance fees will be put into the rates which will eliminate the predatory pricing. Thereafter, Uber will not be competitive with the livery industry.
The SEC is investigating all its unregistered securities transactions from inception. There have been no valid financial disclosures given to the investors. Security fraud if proven would burst the bubble alone. There is absolutely no hope the SEC will approve an IPO as Uber can not make a certified financial statement or valid prospectus and registration. No accounting or law firm would falsified such documents.
Tax evasion is their main concern as the company has not paid any taxes including sales tax where required. The IRS CID division is investigating such tax fraud.
Uber's burn rate is over 80% of new monies. American investors dried up and Uber went to China but the Chinese Investors are demanding valid financial statements and disclosures which Uber can not produce. There are no more investor suckers. Current investors are likely to pull out whatever is left of their investments and write it off.
Uber driver's are losing money on each transfer. The average gross fare is $13.00. Uber's fee is 20-30%, maintenance, insurance, fuel, tolls and parking, depreciation, self-employment tax (14.5% if they even pay it) all totals around 57% which leaves the driver a net of $3.00/3.50 per run. Most transfers average about an hour counting travel time to and from customer. Maybe two runs at best and in NYC, Houston, Dallas, LA each run averages with traffic over an hour. Once the amateur drivers figure out the net pay before income tax, they quit the sucker deal. Driver turnover is 30-60 days and the mass recruiting has slowed. The Uber social media ads are deceiving and luring new drivers into criminal activities as they have no commercial permits or insurance and
won't be able to raise funds without massive dilution, will be forced to sell company for far less than they had hoped. Most of their options will be left underwater