"isn't looking for solutions to the problems because there's more profit in the problems." That sounds more like Benjamin Netanyahu.
Reports say profitability is now a concern. They might have assets, but if they won't be making a profit they will have to start using up their assets. This will make the value of the company go down. Is this correct?
When you purchase shares of a company, you own a piece of that company. It's not even worth explaining to you. You're either a troll, an idiot or both.
I hope the stock keeps going up, but you definitely don't know what you're talking about.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Chuck was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve on the Medal of Valor Board. He also serves on our Nation’s Homeland Security Council and as a board member of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Florida case has nothing to do with TASR, but interesting story:
Gualtieri said the resident who called police reported a white Hyundai Elantra parked outside of the complex with music blaring. The resident said when he asked the woman sitting inside the car to turn the music down, she "flipped him off."
Prior to the call, Gualtieri said Parilla, and the woman in the car identified as Evelyn Desiree Santiago, were at a party in Holiday and came to the complex to confront a resident who Parilla believed had reported he violated his probation.
Parilla, who used to live in the complex, banged on the doors of two apartments but was unable to locate the person he was looking for, Gualtieri said. Meanwhile, one of the residents noticed a gun in Parilla's waistband and called police.
Officer Kondek, who was at the scene at the time, saw something within minutes of arriving that made him call for back up.
Sheriff Gualtieri said that's when Parilla began walking to the car and fired a .40 caliber handgun at Kondek, striking him in the upper chest.
Parilla then fled the scene, and put the car in reverse, backing up over Kondek, Gualtieri said.
At the same time, one of the residents from the apartment complex, identified as Jareem Roach, fires his 9 mm handgun at Parilla as he tries to flee.
Gualtieri said Roach, who also has a warrant out for his arrest, believed Parilla was at the complex to get him.
"We've got a triangle of people thinking they are each out to get each other, and they all have guns," said Gualtieri.
Seems like there's been pumping about this "merger" since October. I can't find any actual articles about other than from stock sites talking about analyst coverage. Does anyone have any legitimate news articles about this supposed possible merger?
Yes, it's only a matter of time until correctional officers get body cams too. I saw someone ask about this earlier, and yes, they do (obviously) need bod cams like police, etc.
...most of the market will follow."