You got the "Simple" right in any case. I guess that's 50%success in a two word sentence!
These numbers are subject to revision. I'd be willing to place a $5000 bet that the revised numbers will be completely different. It's bizarre that these numbers are even released before they're final.
But the AT&T deal is a new well. There's cash shooting a half mile into the sky. Turn on your TV!
$100M would require about 35% dilution in the pps increases about 10% to 15% from this level.
Would $100M get the job done or should we be thinking closer to $150M?
If that's not what you want could I suggest you don't invest in a development stage biotech company.
You're like a two-year-old who asked for a carrot and then lies on the floor and screams because it's not ice-cream!
Your behavior is a tad infantile don't you think?
Recently booked a full size car for 4 days from Payless in Phoenix.
Quoted price, with fees for the 4 days was $187.74.
Bill presented on return: $378.65. The counter said the $187.74 was just an estimate!
My World Master Card told me to decline insurance coverage and that, in the event of theft/accident, I would have a $500 deductible which is fine so I declined.
Avis is running a racket with Payless.
I've been forced to resort to Small Claims to recover my money. Payless refuses to budge.
to do with the USA. We're talking profits on sales in Europe and the rest of the world. These should not tbe taxable in the first place.
How would the US react if the profits of European countries generated here in the US were taxable in Europe.
The US needs to bring its tax code into alignment with the rest of the world instead of trying to keep an untenable code in place.
Garo might win the immigrant of the year award in the Bay State before then. Are you in line for any science awards or does a life scientist have to be dumb like Garo to win?