YIPI) unified search company known for its search clustering technology, "Big Data" consolidation, eDiscovery tools and AD/LDAP document level authentication through the Yippy EASE platform, announced today that it has engaged ISMS Solutions to facilitate the Company's ISO certification audits.
"This is a significant step forward in our evolution as a tech company, and we are pleased to partner with ISMS Solutions to assist us in achieving the company's goals," stated Richard Granville, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Yippy, Inc. "Yippy has been moving forward on many fronts, including the completion of our Yippy EASE appliance, which we anticipate unveiling during the fourth quarter of this year. These certifications are a crucial component that will enable the Company to perform appliance installations/integrations into our traditional and hybrid cloud solutions for major enterprises and government agencies which require these ISO standards."
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SAN FRANCISCO —Gold futures recovered after two days of losses on Friday, supported by haven demand following news that a doctor in New York contracted
Thanks for the info. It was new yesterday. I should have known it. It looks like they have a arguments over share structure.
Shares Outstanding:64.66M, Float:27.62M? it looks good with me.
In an e-mail exchange, Gourlay said his last day was Sept. 30. He said Arista is supportive of his decision and offered him the opportunity to
return anytime he wants, but he is taking a few months off to survey the landscape for a “great engineering team and good culture” – outside of Ethernet switching:
I can assure you it won't be a switching company! (I don't think we will see more investment there for 10 years or so, and I couldn't compete with Arista!)
Gourlay joined Arista, which was founded in 2004, in June 2009 from Cisco, where he was vice president of data center product marketing and management. His main product areas were the Nexus and Catalyst switching lines, UCS servers, server load balancing, WAN optimization and storage networking. He had been at Cisco since 1998.
Arista went public earlier this year. Gourlay said he left to take some time off and have control over his Arista equity positions. But Arista is also embroiled in an infringement lawsuit with one of its founders.
Main reason was risk - as an exec at a public company there was not a lot of options to protect the value we all worked hard to create. As an outsider I have no financial visibilty into Arista's performance. I have ridiculous confidence in Arista, but it's the macro-issues I can't control or predict.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
It depends, but Is Mr. Edward J. Chapman leaving? I can't find any info for that. Let me know.
9:48 am Royal Gold acquires Gold Stream on Euromax's Ilovitza Project for $175 mln (RGLD) : Co announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, RGLD Gold AG has entered into a $175 million gold stream transaction with Euromax Resources Ltd that will finance a significant portion of the construction of the Ilovitza gold-copper project in Macedonia.
Royal Gold will make two advance deposit payments totaling $15 million towards completion of the definitive feasibility study on the Ilovitza project, followed by a third payment of $160 million towards project construction, subject to certain conditions;
Euromax will deliver 25% of any gold produced from the Ilovitza project until 525K ounces have been delivered, and 12.5% thereafter; and
Royal Gold's purchase price per ounce will be 25% of the spot price at time of delivery.
The y have power,but good thing is we too can pick up cheap shares with following them.
The PPS now is lower than before Marchex got the first earnings. That's even very funny.
I think people are lazy to do their DD. Hope they do it in this weekend and will get on the bus for the fun ride in the early next week. We see higher highs and higher lows most of next week. This has been over sold so bad.
I'll be happy if MCHX finish above the price today. Steady climbing up is what I love.
That'll be after Q3,IMO. The next resistance is $4.17 of Friday's high, and $4.50 of Thursday's high. Then, the free ride to the $7.00. It may happen in two weeks. Le't see.
Indeed. Well, Marchex will continue to work with Allstate as an integration partner utilizing its call analytics technology. It tells us Allstate still likes Marchex and may come back when they get the second thought.
Better hold till the 3Q report, at least, if you buy MCHX now. It would go back to over $8.00 when people confirm the revenue even increased despite Allstate . I think the PPS will gradually reach near $7.00 before Q3.