why doesn't Corning cut these guys out and make the finished product? Again, just lack of vision
6 in August. 3 at $715K, 1 at $725K, 2 corporate at $875K
prices appear to have bottomed and increased a little
you are arguing with a sociopath who has no conscience. He churned old ladies accounts and pleaded to a paper work violation. Those old ladies deserved it cause they were LOSERS.
but they bought the 45% of the cellular business that VOD owned before so now profits and cash flow are 2X higher.
duh, guess you forgot to mention that.
WSJ says Arro is faster and cheper than Uber and this includes a 20% tip using Arro and 0% with Uber. 3 min vs 7 min for Uber
Cheaper and faster?
I hope you get paid by the post because if you are paid for the quality of your posts, you would be living in a cardboard box
you are a shameless shill
Uber Technologies Inc. was dealt a big setback in a San Francisco court Tuesday, and the ramifications may be felt across the United States by companies leveraging an on-demand workforce.
But don’t expect the ride-hailing service to give in easily.
U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen in the Northern District of California ruled that a lawsuit by Uber drivers who contend they are employees, not independent contractors, can go forward as a class action. The lawsuit, in which four Uber drivers sought to be reimbursed for expenses incurred while driving for the company, can now represent about 160,000 drivers for UberBlack, UberX and UberSUV.
In his 68-page ruling, Judge Chen said that granting class-action status does not reflect the eventual merit of the drivers’ claims, but added that he “is not currently convinced the plaintiffs have established adequacy with respect to their expense reimbursement claim.”
sad isn't it that the shorts have such lame folks working for them. A felon, a kid, and a high school sidekick.
Word is a new follow up Barron's article will be out this week or next
essentially this low float stock is manipulated downby massive shorting. Over 15% of the outstanding shares are short now. The almost 1M increase came on the heals of the Barrons article and was most likely added in the $8's. Those folks are near underwater now.
A short squeeze could literally put this to $15
talked about declining medallion values due to Uber; $240K in Chicago. Not the $150K Hickman cites. Compared the other companies and their losses and finished with a positive view of TAXI as the only lender in the space that is "well-positioned to withstand the downturn".... "Analysts expect it will show a healthy capital cushion for any potential losses"
volume was also muted yesterday too. I think shorts read the report and can't find anything negative.
Bought more yesterday in anticipation of good earnings report and price bounce this week. In any event, a new dividend will be declared and will go ex-div in the next 2 weeks.
if your brain was in a jar, would you still be stupid?
Yes Frank, it does make it more valuable. Are you going to buy a $340,000 Mantle Rookie card raw?
does your computer not have an "ignore" button? You are about to go on it as you are just as annoying as those on ignore
MFC through several wholly-owned subsidiaries (together, Medallion Chicago), purchased $8,689,000 of City of Chicago taxicab medallions out of foreclosure, which are leased to fleet operators while being held for sale. The 159 medallions are carried at a fair value of $39,451,000 on the consolidated balance sheet at June 30, 2015, compared to $47,502,000 and $49,452,000 at December 31, 2014 and June 30, 2014, and are considered non-qualifying assets under the 1940 Act.
Short interest is up almost 3M shares in that time. That has what has driven the price down. Not your articles. It's as if you are taking credit for the Sun rising in the morning