this stock is being played big time. mm's all over this, high freq trading taking all the pennies...
Here’s something America needs more of: Former high-ranking industry executives taking on crucial positions at key government regulatory agencies. Reuters reports that Michelle Lee, who previously served as Google’s head of patent strategy, has been named deputy director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is set to run the agency until it finds a new full-time director.
This is particularly interesting because Google and its Android manufacturing partners find themselves embroiled in a number of patent suits from rivals such as Apple and Microsoft. While there’s no evidence to suggest that Lee will be pulling strings at the USPTO on behalf of her former employer, her appointment is still sure to raise eyebrows, especially because Reuters says she plans “to attack the backlog of unexamined patents and work to improve patent quality, an issue at the center of the ongoing debate over frivolous infringement lawsuits.”
Lee, for her part, says that “none of the policy positions of my former employers has guided my work” and that she “certainly would be very welcoming of everybody’s input.”
just relentless pounding, any hope or just another bust??? Thoughts?
at 5 a pop, a no brainer, and big money knows it. Just watch,
FEED THEM #$%$ LEAVE THEM IN THE DARK.
selling winners, pick up the value now. Time will tell, but good play.
shorts having fun with this. Pathetic boys.
looks like big money playing with price. Oh what fun....
grow a pair and buy, better days ahead. Enough said
would like to see us over 7 and stay there..
as long as he can continue to pay out people will stick with it. Agree growth needs to come elsewhere. Will be back to these levels over next couple of months, if boss man can show platforms can make money and continue to pay shareholders.
something going on boys.
anyone see that?
H.R. 3309, Goodlatte's "Innovation Act," see http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-113hr3309ih/pdf/BILLS-113hr3309ih.pdf